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Takata Launches Tenth Recall for Exploding Airbags

Japanese airbag supplier Takata has cut a deal with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to conduct “a regional field action” in Florida, Puerto Rico and other states to replace airbag inflators that may explode in hot, humid climates.

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Tomorrow is the Last Day to Comment on the Proposed Changes that will Eviscerate Your Ability to Conduct Discovery in Federal Lawsuits

The civil discovery process is one of the fundamental pillars of the modern American justice system. What makes the current process so great is the underlying goal of ensuring that each litigant has the ability to acquire the relevant evidence to prove his or her case. This is accomplished through the liberal standards which currently guide the process. Of course, this was not always the case.

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U.S. Boiler Recalls Approximately 26,000 Heating Boilers Due to Health Risks

Consumers have learned in recent months that some heating systems can be potentially hazardous. In September of last year, Waterlogic, in conjunction with the CPSC, issued a recall of 48,000 water cooling and heating systems due to the possibility of the hot water tank malfunctioning and overheating. For consumers who owned the product, this would have been a fire hazard. Now, another company that manufactures water heating systems is issuing a recall.

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Vital Signs Devices Recalls CO2 Multi Absorbers Due to Leakage

The agencies associated with consumer safety and recalls, such as the CPSC, the NHTSA and the FDA, are off to a busy start this year with several recalls and safety alerts. With only a week into the New Year, all of the agencies have already announced a handful of recalls affecting thousands of products. For instance, the NHTSA announced the recall of more than 30,000 Volvo vehicles due to a software glitch that didn’t alert consumers of a low oil pressure situation.

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Wal-Mart Recalls More than 70,000 Card Table Sets Due to Amputation & Fall Hazards

Target and Wal-Mart are two of the largest retailers in the United States. Both retailers have had their fair share of controversy as well. For instance, Target had a security breach involving customer credit card information during the holidays, and Wal-Mart recently came under fire for allegedly selling fox meat instead of donkey meat in China. Both Target and Wal-Mart have also had a few products recalled in their stores.

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Volvo Recalls More than 30,000 Vehicles Due to Software Issue

Volvo, one of the only large vehicle manufacturers headquartered in Sweden, produces many large trucks meant for transporting goods as well as luxury vehicles. In early 2012, Volvo recalled approximately 22,383 trucks due to a relay valve defect that affected the trucks’ brakes. Now, the Swedish company is in the midst of a recall affecting approximately 30,929 S60 models.

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Google and HP Recall Approximately 145,000 Chromebook 11 Chargers

Most recalls that were issued in conjunction with the CPSC this year have involved either household items or children’s items. Many of these items were recalled due to concerns about fire and burn hazards. For instance, in September Waterlogic issued a recall for approximately 48,000 water cooling and heating systems because of the risk of the machines overheating and catching fire.

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Harley Davidson Recalls More than 19,000 Motorcycles

Every month, the NHTSA announces several vehicle recalls, most of them sedans, trucks, and sport utility vehicles. Many times these recalls are small and only affect a few hundred vehicles. Other recalls, like a Chrysler recall that occurred last month, are large and affect anywhere from hundreds of thousands to more than a million vehicles. While passenger vehicle recalls are common, motorcycle recalls aren’t as common.

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