Anyone can get it wrong, but it appears that all the litigants and Supreme Court all got this lawschool question of statutes of limitation wrong in Stein v Chiera 2015 NY Slip Op 06234 Decided on July 22, 2015 Appellate Division, Second Department.
Shifting CPSC Recall Landscape? Agency Announces Major “Repair Program” That is Not Labeled a “Recall”
Yesterday the CPSC and major furniture company IKEA jointly announced a “repair program” to address the serious and complex hazard of furniture tip over posed by 27 million chests and dressers sold by the company.
China, Costa Rica, and the European Union earlier this month put new food safety-related issues on the agenda at the World Trade Organization’s Committee on Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) Measures.
The Seattle Times reports that as many as 16 people were likely sickened with salmonella poisoning from raw eggs used in Father’s Day weekend brunch dishes served at Tallulah’s restaurant in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, health officials said Wednesday.
A new study recently published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology (called Human Perception and Performance) shows that hearing your mobile phone ring or feeling it vibrate while driving is just as distracting as sending as texting or talking.
Aggressive driving is defined as driving that involves a combination of one or more traffic offenses that place other motorists at risk of an accident.
Recently, the Senate passed the Every Child Achieves Act to replace No Child Left Behind, which was seven years past the reauthorization date.
Despite risks of blood clots, stroke and death, in October 2015 California will be the first state to allow women to purchase birth control pills without a prescription
July is National Parks and Recreation Month, and that means it’s the ideal time to head out and enjoy all Mother Nature has to offer – and where better than your local parks?