Abbott Nutrition Formula Contaminated with Cronobacter Sakazakii Class Action

Abbott Laboratories, Inc., doing business as Abbott Nutrition, makes and sells formula under the brand names Similac, Alimentum, and Elecare. The complaint for this class action alleges that certain batches of the products were contaminated with Cronobacter sakazakii and may have sickened babies who ingested the contaminated formula.  Read more

Similac Alimentum

Similac, Alimentum, EleCare Tainted with Cronobacter, Salmonella Class Action

Several brands of formula are made by Abbott Laboratories, Inc., including Similac, Alimentum, and EleCare. This class action sues Abbott for promoting these formulas as safe for infants when, in fact, the complaint alleges, they cause gastrointestinal sicknesses such as Cronobacter sakazakii and Salmonella, diarrhea, and other problems.  Read more

Bottle in Foreground, Baby in Background

Netflix Targeted Children for Suicide Show Class Action

Did Netflix, Inc. cause a wave of child suicides? That’s the contention of this class action. The complaint alleges that the company had been told of the risks of airing the show Thirteen Reasons Why, targeting “impressionable youths” and not warning them of the risks in viewing the show. “Instead,” the complaint claims, “it used  Read more

Audiotapes and DVD of Thirteen Reasons Why