Office Depot, office supplies retailer headquartered in Florida, must pay a $3.4 million civil penalty to settle safety-related charges brought about by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). According to the CPSC, Office Depot refused to notify the safety agency regarding safety concerns in two models of office chairs – the Gibson and the Quantum. Several individuals suffered injuries as a result of the seatbacks failing during use, which is required by federal law to be reported to the CPSC within 24 hours. However, in order to save time and costs, the office supply retailer opted not to make the ... Read More
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