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Sample Health Law Pulse Newsletter
|June 24, 2010 FindLaw.com Health Law Newsletter |
Table of Contents
HEALTH CARE ROUNDUP
- High court rejects drug maker's appeal
- Not So Happy: McDonald's Sued Over Happy Meal Toys?
- CPSC Announces Major Drop Side Crib Recall
- Walgreen ends CVS Caremark network relationship
- SpaghettiOs Recall: Spaghetti Nos?
- CPSC, Canada and the EU Want New Safety Standards for Corded Window Covers
- Biovail, Valeant Pharma agree to combine
- Merck partners with South African drugmaker
- San Francisco Passes Cell Phone Radiation Levels Law
- New Tobacco Laws Go Into Effect; More to Come
- Bad Medicine: Pfizer pulls Leukemia Drug Mylotarg Off the Market
RECENT CASE SUMMARIES
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- Whittemore v. Owens Healthcare, No. C060873
HEALTH CARE ROUNDUP:
CPSC ANNOUNCES MAJOR DROP SIDE CRIB RECALL
(FindLaw's Common Law) - The constant barrage of drop side crib recalls noted on this blog reached a new high today, June 24, as the CPSC announced a major seven manufacturer recall of more than two million drop side cribs. Read more...
SPAGHETTIOS RECALL: SPAGHETTI NOS?
(FindLaw's Common Law) - The Food Safety and Inspection Service of the USDA announced on June 17 that in conjunction with the Campbell Soup Supply Company, it would be recalling nearly 15,000,000 pounds of "Spaghetti Os with Meatballs." Read more...
BIOVAIL, VALEANT PHARMA AGREE TO COMBINE
(AP) - Canadian drugmaker Biovail Corp. and Valeant Pharmaceuticals International said Monday they are forming a new company under the Valeant name, capping Biovail's recovery from falling sales and financial scandals. Read more...
SAN FRANCISCO PASSES CELL PHONE RADIATION LEVELS LAW
(FindLaw's Common Law) - As previously discussed in a prior post, San Francisco authorities have been considering whether or not to pass a city ordinance requiring cell phone retailers to post information for the public about which cell phones emit the most radiation. Read more...
RECENT CASE SUMMARIES:
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