Andersen Sleater Sianni Represents Pet Owners who Were Harmed by Flea and Tick Medicine that Didn
A brave pet owner, whose pet experienced adverse neurological reaction after ingesting a popular flea and tick medicine, Bravecto, is standing up to sue the manufacturer for failing to disclose this risk. The class action alleges that had the medicine disclosed this risk she wouldn't have bought it or paid as much for it. To contact Andersen Sleater Sianni attorneys, who represent the plaintiff in this case, please click here.
Wells Fargo Settles with Regulators Allegations of Risky Investments and Fake Accounts Scandal
This month Wells Fargo agreed to pay $3 billion to settle with the Securities and Exchange Commission and Department of Justice including $500 million that will be returned to investors for failing to disclose the cross-selling and fake accounts created by lower-level employees. Wells Fargo also agreed to pay $35 million to settle regulatory claims that its financial advisers recommended exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that move in the opposite direction of an index it tracks wh
FDA Warns Jimmy John's After Repeated Outbreaks
The FDA issued a Warning Letter or official reprimand to Jimmy John's after outbreaks of illness related to its sale of adulterated food including sprouts and cucumbers. Jimmy John's customers became ill from the presence of salmonella and e-coli. The FDA pointed out that following prior outbreaks in 2012 and 2019 and steps that were taken including destroying sprouts, the company had not provided adequate information to ensure that the outbreak would not happen in the futur