LOS ANGELES – PG&E continues to stand firmly behind itself despite former California Public Utilities Commission president Loretta Lynch recently saying that the state may need to take over California’s largest investor-owned utilities company following a string of utility-sparked wildfires that have killed scores of Californians and destroyed billions in property.
LOS ANGELES – Attorneys representing Johnson & Johnson on Tuesday sought to spread the possible causes of mesothelioma in plaintiff Amy Fong from an incinerator in Hong Kong to include possibly faulty genetics or inheritance and not from baby powder use.
Johnson & Johnson witness says Hong Kong pollution likely source of woman’s mesothelioma, not baby powder
LOS ANGELES – An expert witness called by attorneys defending Johnson & Johnson said on Monday airborne asbestos particles from a landfill and incinerator in Hong Kong was the likely cause of Amy Fong’s mesothelioma and not baby powder.
Southern California Edison says it is ‘bolstering situational awareness’ amid wildfire controversies
SAN FRANCISCO – California’s electricity suppliers are facing more scrutiny since former California Public Utilities Commission president Loretta Lynch said that the state may need to take over their investor-owned utilities in an article in the Los Angeles Times.