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Meta Must Face Australian Billionaire Forrest’s U.S. Lawsuit Over Scam Facebook Crypto Ads

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A U.S. judge rejected Meta Platforms’ bid to dismiss a lawsuit by billionaire Australian mining magnate Andrew Forrest over scam Facebook advertisements that show him promoting fake cryptocurrency and other fraudulent investments. In a decision on Monday, U.S. District Judge … Source: Claims Journal

California to Change Labor Law That Cost Businesses $10 Billion

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California’s largest business and labor groups agreed to change a landmark law that has helped workers sue companies such as Walmart Inc., Uber Technologies Inc. and Google for workplace violations. The deal caps years of efforts by the state’s employers … Source: Claims Journal

Dollar Tree Sold Lead-Tainted Applesauce After Recall

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Dollar Tree Inc. continued to sell children’s applesauce tainted with “extremely high” levels of lead long after the company recalled the product due to contamination concerns, US regulators said. The discount store kept pouches of tainted cinnamon applesauce on store … Source: Claims Journal

Experts: Atlantic Hurricane Season Potential on Par with 2005, 1995

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Atlantic hurricane risk in the U.S. continues to increase “substantially as oceanic and atmospheric conditions reach a point where tropical cyclone formation” is becoming increasingly favorable, putting the season’s outlook on par with some past massive and destructive seasons, storm … Source: Claims Journal

Texas, Mexico Prepare for Possible Tropical Storm: Weather Watch

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Parts of the Texas coast and northeastern Mexico are bracing for tropical storm conditions on Wednesday, as a potential system churns its way through the Bay of Campeche, the US National Hurricane Center said. With winds of 40 miles per … Source: Claims Journal

J&J Talc Users Want Cancer Checks Even if it Cost Billions

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Johnson & Johnson should be on the hook for potentially billions of dollars in medical fees for women who used its talc-based baby powders and want to monitor their future health over cancer fears, according to a lawsuit. Lawyers representing … Source: Claims Journal

Research Shows How Underwater Fault Could Devastate West Coast with Major Quake and Tsunami

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New research is warning about an underwater fault that could devastate the West Coast with a major earthquake and tsunami. Seismologists have issued warnings that the Cascadia Subduction Zone, an offshore fault from British Columbia to Northern California, for decades. … Source: Claims Journal

What Does Helios Horizon’s Electric Flight Mean for Aviation Claims?

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U.S. aerospace project Helios Horizon has reportedly broken the record for the highest-flying multi-seat electric aircraft. Helios Horizon reported that the company’s recent test campaign near Bishop, California, saw their all-electric aircraft achieve altitudes between 17,500ft and 24,000ft. Impressively, these … Source: Claims Journal

Adobe Sued by U.S. Regulators Over Subscription Cancellations

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The US Federal Trade Commission sued Adobe Inc., alleging the software company violated consumer protection laws by making it too difficult for consumers to cancel their subscriptions. Adobe pushed users toward annual subscriptions to its creative software such as Photoshop … Source: Claims Journal

Former Neuralink Staffer Sues After Scratches From Herpes Monkey

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Elon Musk’s brain-implant startup Neuralink Corp. forced an employee to work with monkeys that carried the Herpes B virus in conditions in which the animals scratched her bare skin, according to a complaint filed Friday in state court in California. … Source: Claims Journal