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April 2007 Archives

Lead Paint Manufacturing Banned in 1978

Ohio Sues Paint Manufacturers Over Lead Paint COLUMBUS, OH -- April 27, 2007 -- The Ohio Attorney General has sued ten paint manufacturers, claiming that their sales of lead paint posed a health hazard and were a public nuisance (State of Ohio ex rel Marc Dann Attorney General v. Sherwin-Williams,...

Brayton Purcell Sponsors Various ALAC Fundraisers

Join the Breathe Easy Ride to Benefit the American Lung Association of California ROHNERT PARK, CA -- April 27, 2007 -- For the tenth year in a row, the law firm of Brayton Purcell presents the Breathe Easy Ride, an annual cycling event through Marin and Sonoma Counties that benefits...

Post-Approval Studies May Reveal Safety Problems

FDA Creates Web Page Concerning Post-Approval Testing of Medical Devices WASHINGTON, DC -- April 13, 2007 -- The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has created a new web page that shows the status of recently approved medical devices. Medical devices include heart defibrillators, pacemakers, breast implants, stents, and even hip...

Brayton Purcell Hosts a Booth at the Festival

Celebrate Diversity at Novato's Second Annual Multicultural Festival NOVATO, CA -- April 13, 2007 -- Novato's second annual Multicultural Festival features food, music, dancing and exhibits celebrating the city's diversity. The law firm of Brayton Purcell is pleased to be a sponsor of this outdoor family event, which is brought...

Brayton Purcell Supports Local Nonprofit Groups

Marin Abused Women's Services (MAWS) Presents "In Celebration of Mothers" SAN RAFAEL, CA -- April 6, 2007 -- Brayton Purcell is pleased to be a sponsor of "In Celebration of Mothers," a major fundraiser and luncheon put on by the Marin Abused Women's Services (MAWS). This event honors Mother's Day...

Kidney Failures from Contaminated Pet Food

Tainted Pet Food Strikes Sonoma County, CA, Rest of Nation SONOMA COUNTY , CA -- April 2, 2007 -- At least one cat in Sonoma County has suffered near fatal kidney injuries, resulting in five nights in the animal hospital and a $7,000 veterinary bill, after eating pet food manufactured...