Every third product considered faulty comes from the People’s Republic of China. A good half of the products reported as substandard violate the German Food and Feed Law (Lebensmittel-, Bedarfsgegenstände- und Futtermittelgesetzbuch (LFGB)). 136 more words
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Address the Most Dangerous Feature of Your Product: Dishonesty, by Dr. Ken Broda-Bahm, Persuasive Litigator Blog
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One stereotype of the litigious American society suggests that jurors are willing to hold manufacturers and sellers responsible for even the most obvious product dangers: a ladder that allows its user to fall, or a cup of coffee that turns out to be hot.
Products with design defects, manufacturing defects, or inadequate warnings can pose a serious threat to consumers’ health and safety. Thankfully, laws exist in Tennessee that can help injured consumers obtain compensation from those responsible for the design, manufacturing, packaging, and selling of harmful products. 1,046 more words
3M, Post-it notes with no recycled content, sandpaper that comes from endangered caribou habitat, and sponges that are linked to human rights violations have no place on the shelves of the 21st century. 32 more words