eBook: A Stable of Investments Went Up In Flames

InSmoke 2006, a barn fire was started by defective motor windings in a Lasko box fan, killing six prize race horse stallions. In representing investors who had breeding interests in these horses, Hossley Embry filed a products liability suit and discovered that Lasko had outsourced much of the work to Chinese manufacturers who used cheap materials and lacked sufficient quality control protocols. 

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