Temp Temple

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Temp Temple is the Communications Assistant for Beasley Allen Law Firm’s Web Development department. Born and raised in Montgomery, Ala., Temp began writing for Righting Injustice as an intern following his sophomore year at Belmont University, where he received the Bruin Blog Scholarship and wrote for the university’s official blog each semester. Now a full-time employee of the firm, Temp is a graduate of Huntingdon College, where he earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management. Temp writes a variety of posts during his workday ranging from assorted recalls to firm and national litigation, and special events happening across the nation.

Drumstick recall announced by Nestle USA due to possible exposure to Listeria monocytogenes

Nestlé USA, the largest food company in the world in terms of revenues, has announced a recall of certain Nestle Drumsticks ice cream cone products due to the possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Listeria monocytogenes is responsible for causing serious and sometimes fatal infections in both young children and frail or elderly adults, especially those with weakened immune systems. The Drumstick recall specifically identifies the Drumstick Club 16 Count Variety Pack and 24 count Vanilla Pack, both of which were manufactured at the company’s Bakersfield, Calif., production facility. Each cone weights approximately 4.6 fluid ... Read More

Infant bath tub recall announced following 91 reports of sling detachment; 11 infant injuries

Nearly 86,000 Lil’ Luxuries infant bath tubs with fabric slings have been recalled upon the discovery that the slings may detach from the tub unexpectedly. The defective bath tub slings put infants in danger of impact injury and drowning. The tubs are imported and distributed by Summer Infant. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the Lil’ Luxuries Whirlpool, Bubbling Spa & Shower with fabric slings are battery-operated whirlpool baths featuring motorized jets. The fabric swing sets on a plastic frame onto which the infant is placed in order to bathe them. The recalled bath tubs do not have ... Read More

More than 3.8 million units of Sargent Art paint recalled due to harmful bacteria

Almost three million units of Sargent Art paint are now under recall in North America due to the discovery that the paints may contain infectious bacteria, which may cause adverse health effects depending on the consumer’s immune system. However, consumers with generally healthy immune systems are not typically affected by the bacteria. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the following 13 types of Sargent Art tempera and finger paints are affected by the paint recall: Art-Time Tempera Paint Liquid Tempera Paint Art-Time Washable Finger Paint Supreme Tempera Paint Art-Time Washable Fluorescent Finger Paint Value Tempera Paint Art-Time Washable ... Read More

Interlogix announces personal panic device recall; nearly 67K units affected

Interlogix, a part of the UTC Climate, Controls & Security, has announced a wireless personal panic device recall. The recalled panic devices have an issue with properly transmitting signals to the alarm panel when the panic button has been pressed, thus putting consumers in grave danger. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the recalled personal panic devices were created to be worn around the user’s neck or wrist and sold as part of a professionally installed security system. The two models involved in this recall include the TX-4200-01-1, sold in white, and TX-4200-01-2, sold in black. From ... Read More

Senators suggest FLSA investigation into Wells Fargo following fraud scheme

A number of U.S. senators have sent a letter to the Department of Labor (DOL) Secretary Tom Perez, as well as Wage and Hour Division Administrator David Weil, to request that the agency investigate the recent Wells Fargo fraud scheme and whether the company violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in respect to several thousand of its employees. The letter, penned by Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), Jack Reed (D-R.I.), Robert Menendez (D-N.J.), Bernard Sanders (I-Vt.), Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) and Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii), explains how the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)’s groundbreaking investigation revealed how ... Read More

Tripod stool recall announced due to fall hazard; sold exclusively by Walmart

Walmart, the American multinational retail corporation headquartered in Arkansas, has announced a tripod stool recall encompassing more than 46,000 units. The plastic collar responsible for connecting the stool’s three legs may break during use, posing a fall hazard to consumers. The tripod stool recall includes the Mahco Inc. tripod stools with three steel legs, as well as a REALTREE logo pattern camouflage polyester seat. Each of the steel legs feature plastic caps on both ends and a round plastic hub that connects them. Measuring at about 17 inches high by 13 inches wide, the recalled stools also have a black ... Read More

Bicycle recall announced by Advanced Sports International for fall hazard

Nearly 3,000 Breezer and Fuji bicycles have been recalled by Advanced Sports International. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the recalled bicycles’ top clamp along the seat post may crack, thus posing a fall hazard to the consumer. The bicycle recall comprises of Advanced Sports International’s Breezer and Fuji aluminum bicycles from the 2017 model year sold in a variety of different colors. Each of the bicycle’s seat posts were either silver or black in color. To find the number and name, check along the frame of the bicycle. The following Advanced Sports International models are included ... Read More

Lenny Lamb announces infant carrier recall due to fall hazard

Nearly 1,5000 Buckle Onbu infant carriers are now under recall by Lenny Lamb following the discovery that the carrier’s internal stitching may be missing, thus posing a fall hazard to children. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the recalled infant carriers were designed with the purpose of strapping the baby against the caregiver’s body near the hip. Children in the carrier must be able to sit up unassisted and is commonly used for back carry. Each carrier was woven with 100 percent cotton and sold in 83 various styles, but only one standard size. Its interior panel should be ... Read More

Denon battery pack recall announced due to burn and fire hazards

Denon, in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), has announced a recall of more than 3,400 rechargeable battery packs that may overheat during use. According to the CPSC, the recalled battery packs pose both burn and fire hazards due to their overheating problem. The rechargeable battery recall comprises Denon’s HEOS 1 Go Pack lithium-ion rechargeable battery packs for wireless speakers., but only those with a 10-character alpha-numeric serial number starting with 5 or 501g91 and ending with 3517 through 4004. The recalled battery packs were sold in black or white, feature four blue LED lights and are ... Read More

RWS Manufacturing plant ignites months after OSHA uncovers ‘potential fire and explosion hazards’

Despite attempts by federal workplace safety officials to help rectify the company’s potential fire and explosion hazards, RWS Manufacturing’s wood-shaving plant in Queensbury, N.Y., caught fire Tuesday morning. According to the TimesUnion, fire crews from three different communities responded to the fire early Tuesday morning. The plant was just warned two months ago by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that it was exposing employees to “potential fire and explosion hazards.” OSHA visited the plant in July and uncovered six violations totaling nearly $50,000, and levied an additional $147,000 in fines because the company had failed to fix previous violations uncovered ... Read More