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  • Killer cantaloupe listeria lawsuits could target grocers, change Colorado laws

    Liability law experts say that the three main targets of lawsuits related to the cantaloupe listeria outbreak have just $17 million in liability coverage, which could cause a substantial amount of collateral legal damage.

  • Killer cantaloupe lawsuits mount

    The spate of illnesses caused by seemingly innocuous cantaloupes is becoming a serious issue. A listeria outbreak linked to the tainted fruit has reportedly accounted for 24 deaths and 112 illnesses in 25 states so far, and the number continues to grow.

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