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    • Automakers Sue Takata Over Airbag Safety Data Coverup

      Automakers Sue Takata Over Airbag Safety Data Coverup

      Three of the world’s largest automakers have filed suit against Takata Corporation, the Japanese parts manufacturer at the center of the largest recall in US history. On March 13, 2017, Nissan, BMW and Ford entered complaints in a Miami federal […]

    • Stryker Hip Implant Lawsuits Consolidated In Massachusetts Federal Court

      Stryker Hip Implant Lawsuits Consolidated In Massachusetts Federal Court

      The US Judicial Panel on Multi-District Litigation (JPML) has agreed to transfer dozens of prosthetic hip implant lawsuits to a central federal court in Massachusetts. The Panel of six federal judges announced its decision on April 5, 2017, consenting to a […]

    • New York DWI Law Firm Opens Office In Westchester County, NY

      New York DWI Law Firm Opens Office In Westchester County, NY

      More than 25,000 drivers are arrested for drunk driving and other DUI-related charges in the State of New York each year. Many individuals arrested for driving under the influence simply plead guilty to the charges and accept the consequences of a […]

    • Ohio Family Awarded $14.5M In Cerebral Palsy Birth Injury Case

      Ohio Family Awarded $14.5M In Cerebral Palsy Birth Injury Case

      A Pennsylvania jury has ordered obstetrician-gynecologist Thomas Carnevale, along with his employer Clearfield Hospital, to pay around $14.5 million in damages to the family of a child diagnosed with cerebral palsy. The parent’s say Carnevale’s failures of obstetric care resulted […]

    • Zimmer Biomet Recalls 3,000+ Shoulder Implants With Increased Fracture Rate

      Zimmer Biomet Recalls 3,000+ Shoulder Implants With Increased Fracture Rate

      Leading medical device manufacturer Zimmer Biomet has recalled more than 3,000 shoulder implants that appear to fracture – inside patients – at alarming rates. As the US Food & Drug Administration notes, this is a Class I recall, signifying the highest […]

    • Monsanto Influenced EPA On Cancer Risk Research, Roundup Lawsuits Accuse

      Monsanto Influenced EPA On Cancer Risk Research, Roundup Lawsuits Accuse

      Regulators at the Environmental Protection Agency used studies that were secretly written by Monsanto to conclude that the company’s popular herbicide Roundup does not present a risk of cancer, according to hundreds of farmers, landscapers and home gardeners who have […]

    • Pennsylvania Attorney General Files Suit Over Stucco Construction Defects

      Pennsylvania Attorney General Files Suit Over Stucco Construction Defects

      Pennsylvania’s Attorney General’s Office has filed a stucco construction lawsuit against the David Cutler Group, a residential developer accused of pawning off numerous poorly-built houses on unsuspecting buyers. Dozens of families have also taken to court, pursuing civil actions against stucco […]

    • Seventh-Day Adventist Schools Under Fire Over Child Abuse Claims

      Seventh-Day Adventist Schools Under Fire Over Child Abuse Claims

      Two former students of a Seventh-day Adventist boarding school in West Virginia have decided to come forward, the Washington Post reports, filing civil lawsuits over years of horrific physical and emotional abuse. Their allegations are shocking, but in the light […]

    • Hernia Mesh Class Action Surfaces In Canada, Citing Severe Complications

      Hernia Mesh Class Action Surfaces In Canada, Citing Severe Complications

      A group of Canadian patients has filed a class action lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson, saying the company’s now-recalled hernia mesh product Physiomesh is “defective” in design. According to Canada’s CTV News, up to 30,000 Canadians may have undergone Physiomesh […]

    • Minor League Baseball Class Action Proceeds On Unpaid Overtime Claims

      Minor League Baseball Class Action Proceeds On Unpaid Overtime Claims

      After three long years of legal battle, minor league baseball players have finally won the right to pursue a class action lawsuit over what they call unfair wage and labor practices. On March 7, 2017, a federal judge in San […]