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- Thousands of Talcum Powder Lawsuits Filed Against Johnson & Johnson by Ovarian, Uterine Cancer Victims
Johnson & Johnson faces thousands of lawsuits filed on behalf of women who were diagnosed with ovarian cancer or uterine cancer after using the company's talcum baby powder products. Earlier this year, two juries in St. Louis, Missouri awarded damages of $72 million and $55 million in a pair of lawsuits filed on behalf of women who were diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using Johnson's Baby Powder, Shower to Shower, or other talcum powder products sold by Johnson & Johnson.
- Common Tricks Lawyers Play in Civil Litigation
Even for the most experienced of litigators, litigation can be stressful. This is even more true when there is an imbalance in experience due to an experienced trial lawyer facing off against a young or new lawyer or a pro se litigant. A good litigator can easily derail a case even before a trial starts by using some procedural checks. Here are some of the most common tricks lawyers play in civil litigation and how you can fight back.
- When Do You Need to Talk to an Attorney?
The old adage is that the best time to talk to a lawyer is when you don’t actually need one. Some of the reasons why you may want to speak to a lawyer include:
- Complaints of Serious Complications With the Use of ESSURE® Likely to Result In Litigation
ESSURE® complications may lead to litigation.
- FDA Orders Black Box Warning About Overdose Risks for Patients Taking Opioid Painkillers and Benzodiazepines
The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning that patients taking opioid painkillers together with a class of anti-anxiety medications known as benzodiazepines, such as Xanax or Ativan, may be at risk of suffering a combined drug overdose.
- Rules Regarding Evidence Spoliation
At civil trials, both parties may present evidence and testimony to prove their side of the story. In many cases, the most effective way to convince others of a party’s side is by presenting physical evidence or documentary evidence. However, getting rid of evidence before it can be used in court can have a significant impact on a case and important implications.
- California’s “Good Faith Settlement” Law: An Example from a Recent Case
Lawsuits are expensive, as we all know, and as experienced business law litigators, we frequently find ourselves advising our business clients to settle their claims, usually at some reduced value, rather than pursue expensive, distracting litigation. But sometimes, even where your adversary is willing to agree to pay a reasonable settlement amount, filing a lawsuit may be advantageous.
- Criminal Charges vs. Civil Complaints
Criminal law and civil law are two different types of law that vary based on their purpose, potential punishments and the process in which cases are presented to the court. In some instances, a defendant may be subject to criminal charges and a civil complaint.
- You Can Stop Trademark Infringement
You have gone through the painstaking process of starting a business, developing a brand for your business, namely, your business’ trademark, invested significant time and resources into this development, and suddenly you discover another business is using your exact trademark or a similar one. What can you do?
- Are Pennsylvania Judges and Court Administrators Required to Provide Interpreters?
The number of United States residents who are deemed to be Limited English Proficient (LEP) has substantially increased in the recent decades. A (LEP) person is one who does not speak English as his or her primary language, and who has limited ability to read, write, speak, or understand the English language.