February 2018 Archives

Tips to protect yourself from an exploding sunroof

Last week, we discussed a disturbing vehicle safety hazard that has spiked in recent years: exploding sunroofs. While experts are still trying to understand why this defect is increasing in frequency, many have pointed to improperly engineered panoramic sunroofs as at least part of the problem.

What is anticipatory breach of contract?

What happens when expectancy turns into impatience in the business world? An anticipatory breach of contract may be filed. Anticipation, and the lack of delivery on it as expected is both interesting and relevant part of business contract law. Here are some important points about anticipatory breach and examples of how it is used in the business world.

Is your sunroof at risk of exploding?

Consumer Reports recently investigated a disturbing trend in the automotive industry: sunroofs are exploding. It may sound like a far-fetched, freak occurrence, but instances of the defect are actually on the rise. The U.S. has seen 859 reported cases of sunroof explosions in the last 22 years—610 of these occurring since 2011.

Unauthorized use of antipsychotic drugs in nursing homes

Antipsychotic drugs are a category of drug designed to treat severe mental illnesses such as schizophrenia. The drugs have an incredibly powerful sedative effect, which can render a patient virtually catatonic. They are only meant to treat patients suffering from a psychotic episode involving such symptoms as hallucinations and delusions. They are not intended to be a catch-all sedative treatment for non-psychotic patients expressing pain or distress.

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