Corporate Crime Blotter

May 17: : factories in China still not complying w/ company's own 60-hr/week limit or Chinese law http://t.co/mxkLu3JHOD
May 13: national lab loses $2.7 million wrongful termination suit for 1st lay-offs led by partner http://t.co/2RoIh1CCmv
May 10: Calif. sues for "abuse of judicial process", "serious misconduct" in 100,000+ lawsuits http://t.co/DSDCvpow8u
May 7: NY AG suing & for "persistent noncompliance" & "flagrant violation" of mortgage settlement http://t.co/29njMuXfYJ
May 7: U.S. fined defense giant $4 million for "hundreds" of "recurring" violations of arms export laws over years http://t.co/XrxRvtiuST
May 2: Death toll from Bangladeshi clothing collapse climbs above 400 as Pope condemns & http://t.co/HXZCzE4Gse
Apr 14: Chile court orders , world's largest goldminer, to stop work amid regional environmental & financial protests http://t.co/HorPHuVHGW
Apr 13: Law profs: should release data in lawsuit over "rampant" and dangerous in African fields http://t.co/zP9QxEw6IK
Apr 12: to pay $53 million to settle for not honoring warranty on / it said had H20 damage http://t.co/z3ek1q0nqt
Apr 8: Feds, CA regulators cite 10-year "willful disregard of internal safety policies" for Aug. 2012 refinery fire http://t.co/FEpRMWqVzR

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