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SCREENING PLAINTIFFS - Litigators told Law.com’s Amanda Bronstad this week that they predict more recalls of sunscreens that contain dangerous levels of benzene and, as a result, more class action litigation against companies like Johnson & Johnson and Energizer Holdings Inc. So far, all of the cases filed over these recalls focus on consumer fraud, unjust enrichment and breach-of-warranty claims, not personal injuries. But, as we explore in this week’s Law.com Litigation Trendspotter column, plaintiffs firms nationwide have begun gearing up to bring products liability cases seeking to link sunscreen use to plaintiffs’ blood cancer.

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