A federal court in Georgia has approved a consent decree between the U.S. government and Electrolux Home Products, Inc. over the company’s alleged failure to comply with the Consumer Product Safety Act’s reporting requirements. United States v. Electrolux Home Prods., Inc., No. CV114-117 (U.S. Dist. Ct., S.D. Ga., Augusta Div., approved May 14, 2014). Without admitting any liability, Electrolux has agreed to pay $750,000 as a civil penalty and will implement and maintain a compliance program. The company apparently knew as early as 2005 that some of its ovens posed a burn and fire hazard to consumers by allowing gas to accumulate inside, but the company waited until late 2007 to report the problem. See Law360, May 14, 2014.