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This week was an interesting week for consumer cases. There were several potential cases of interest. For one there was a report out that seemed to suggest that anti-bacterial soap had no affect on killing bacteria. The irony here was the study was commissioned by Dial. In addition, the FDA issued some warning to various mouth wash companies including Listerine, CVS and Walgreens regarding anti-cavity mouth wash. The concern here was that this claim was unsubstantiated. It makes you wonder what goes on in corporate board rooms where these claims are made with no scientific basis in fact. Are the scientists lying to the executives or are the marketing people just making this stuff up and receiving executive approval. Lastly, Fisher-Price and BMW engaged on a major recalls of various product lines. If you have interest in pursuing this or other cases please call 888-500-8469 or email us at email@example.com or check out our website www.kingsleykingsley.com.