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Sacramento Personal Injury Attorney
Sacramento Personal Injury Attorney

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In the wake of the FDA’s investigation of San Francisco e-cigarette maker Juul Labs, many questions have been raised about whether e-cigarette companies are luring teens to sample their products. Kershaw, Cook, & Talley’s Sacramento false advertising attorneys discuss this in a blog: https://goo.gl/TjeV7g
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While the online computer coding school is associated with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, “Woz U” has been accused of deceptive sales tactics, misrepresentations, and substandard education. Read our blog to learn more today: https://goo.gl/L9vD9h
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The law known as Proposition 65 protects consumers from cancer-causing chemicals in products. If you’re a business owner in California, you need to know your responsibilities under this law. Read more on our blog, from Sacramento consumers’ rights lawyers at Kershaw, Cook & Talley.
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Have you had billing issues with the Sac Bee? Attorneys at Kershaw, Cook & Talley are currently pursuing litigation against the Bee for issues related to its billing practices. If you have had issues with the Bee, please contact us at (916) 520-6639 or info@kctlegal.com
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In a ruling against Apple, the Ninth Circuit held that Plaintiffs were direct purchasers of apps from Apple and, therefore, had standing to sue for monetary damages under federal antitrust law.
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After years of demands for research and evaluation from the FDA, Bayer has finally decided to stop producing Essure.
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Overall sales of Essure (an implanted contraceptive device) have plummeted since the FDA regulated sales. However, many women are still at risk of being injured. https://bit.ly/2LjL6Vb
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California Supreme Court issues landmark decision for employees, making it more difficult for businesses to classify workers as independent contractors.
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