Posts By Todd Ommen

EPA’s Indoor Air Quality App Ignores PCBs

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EPA’s Indoor Air Quality App Ignores PCBs

The U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released an indoor air quality app for Android and iPhone that addresses indoor air quality (IAQ) issues in schools. The IAQ App can be obtained for free by school administrators from EPA’s website. It provides resources and checklists for school administrators concerned about air quality in their schools.…

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Your Laundry Detergent Pods May Be Cute, But They Are Also Dangerous

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Laundry detergent pods

For several years, various manufacturers of laundry detergent and dishwashing detergent have begun making their products in “pod” form. These pods, which have been available only since 2010, are small, all-in-one detergent packets for washing machines and dishwashers. The pods are small, plastic-coated balls. The laundry pods are often made of detergent, bleach and/or fabric…

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Nuisance Claims and Damages in Groundwater Contamination Cases

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Nuisance Damages in Groundwater Contamination Cases

In many pollution cases, local residents face water pollution that has not yet reached their residential drinking water wells. These residents have nonetheless been harmed. Because of the threat of contamination, and the uncertainties that often surround the exact location and spread of groundwater contamination when it is first discovered, local residents often have to…

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Bailment Claims: A Cause of Action In Data Breach Cases

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bailment claims

Although repeatedly asserted in cases of stolen personal data, bailment claims have been given generally short shrift by the courts. But the reasons provided for rejecting these claims do not hold up to scrutiny in light of the way in which bailment principles have traditionally been interpreted and applied. On its face, a claim for…

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