As we enter the second half of February 2020, we see Harvey Weinstein’s case out with the jury, Johnson & Johnson continuing to make verdict headlines, and the nationwide Juul litigation heating up like a locomotive.  Join us in bringing awareness to dangerous drugs, products and more, and perhaps, between the two of us, we

As we enter the second month of 2020, many products are getting added attention 
and such attention is arguably due to the litigations that have caused awareness and 
education regarding dangerous products, that but for our civil justice system, would have never been brought to the forefront.  Learn more below and please share this with 

On August 30, 2019 the FDA issued a press release advising the public to avoid purchasing generic and/or bootlegged vape devices.  See the release here.
The announcement comes on the heels of more than 200 reported lung disease cases that are believed to be linked to e-cigarettes and vaping.  We previously blogged about the

The Supreme Court’s decision in Merck v. Albrecht recently published on May 20, 2019 was almost immediately lauded by Merck and defense counsel alike as a “huge win” for pharmaceutical companies.

Such is hardly the case, and in truth, the American consumer is the one who can declare victory.  Faith in our Supremes, where preemption

Mesothelioma has been known for decades to be the signature lethal disease caused by inhaling microscopic asbestos fibers into the lungs.  In fact, it has been well documented in Navy shipyard workers, underground miners, building construction and other such endeavors.  But now, with the discovery of asbestos in talculm powder, the very thing that women