Gazette.Net: Family of Rockville teen killed in murder-suicide might sue Army Army superiors negligently supervised Adam Anthony Arndt, the 31-year-old U.S. Army recruiter who police believed killed a 17-year-old Rockville girl and then took his own life in an apparent murder-suicide in April, according to a claim the girl’s family has filed against the U.S. Army.
June 12, 2013 - Gazette.net
Walgreens pays record $80 million settlement for improper drug sales Walgreens Corp., the nation's largest drugstore chain, agreed Tuesday to pay $80 million in civil penalties to resolve accusations of negligently letting controlled substances such as oxycodone and other prescription pain killers be diverted for abuse and black-market sales. Mark R. Trouville, the special agent in charge of the U.S. ...
June 11, 2013 - The Washington Times
Marc Grossman in Reuters Attorney Marc Grossman alleged in the lawsuits that the company "intentionally, recklessly, and/or negligently concealed, suppressed, omitted, and/or misrepresented the risks, dangers, defects and disadvantages of Chantix."
James Gabriel in Winnipeg Sun In a statement of claim, Gabriel says the documents contained "incomplete findings that were entirely one-sided ...... many of the facts reported ...... were false ...... the audit itself appeared to be negligently conducted and reported."
John Dingell in Consumer Affairs To be clear, no such records shall be destroyed, modified, altered, deleted, removed, relocated, or otherwise negligently or intentionally handled so as to make them inaccessible to the committee,Dingell said.