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A variety of Neutrogena and Aveeno sunscreen sprays are being recalled by Johnson & Johnson after trace amounts of benzene, a known carcinogen, were found in samples of the products. The voluntary recall announced July 14 affects five sunscreens that were distributed nationwide and packaged in aerosol cans. The company and the FDA are now investigating how the chemical might
By Paul G. Smith, Corporate Senior Vice President, Carrier Relations, H.W. Kaufman Group As the world begins to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is abundantly clear, the “new normal” will reshape all of our organizations. One of our many goals is to keep you updated on the rapidly evolving insurance marketplace where adjustments have arguably never been more fluid.
Commercial Property Insurance Thursday, July 29 at 1:30 PM ET Join our experts for a discussion on commercial property, including the current trends impacting the property market across the U.S. and Canada. Featured Experts: Tyson Peel, Vice President, Director, Commercial Insurance, Burns & Wilcox Canada, Toronto, ON Carolyn Reiter, Associate Managing Director / Associate Vice President, Global Excess Partners, New…
The sudden collapse of the Champlain Towers South condo building in Surfside, Florida on June 24, which tragically caused at least 95 deaths and left 14 residents still missing, has prompted multiple lawsuits against those involved in the beachside residence’s construction and maintenance. As of July 10, at least a dozen suits had been filed on behalf of victims and…
Despite moderately increased sales and rising consumer confidence in the safety of dining out, restaurants in the U.S. and Canada are still facing a major hurdle in their efforts to reopen: they do not have enough workers. Restaurants employed 1.5 million fewer workers in May of this year compared to pre-pandemic levels, TIME magazine recently reported, and one survey found…
A new lawsuit against McDonald\'s accuses the company of violating an Illinois privacy act by using voice recognition technology on customers without their consent. Shannon Carpenter reportedly had his drive-thru order taken by the artificial intelligence-based voice assistant program Apprente — an automated system being tested at 10 McDonald’s stores — when he visited the fast-food chain’s Lombard, Illinois location…
Two amusement park visitors were taken to the hospital on June 13 after a ride malfunction at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson Township, New Jersey. The incident happened on the Saw Mill Log Flume ride when one of its boats nearly tipped over after making a four-story descent into the water. The 18- and 22-year-old riders who were hurt…
The family of a husband and wife who both died after contracting COVID-19 at a nursing home last year is suing the facility, alleging that it lacked proper staffing, infection control policies and personal protective equipment. William and Martha Ames were both in their late 80s when they were diagnosed with the virus at the Villages of Orleans Health and…