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Is Tort Reform in the Best Interests of the Public? The Numbers’ Don’t Lie and Insurance Company Exec’s agree It is in No One’s Best Interests, Except Insurers

03/4/2019
Corporate Fraud
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The Tort Reform Myth Persists — Selling Out the Injured Why do lobbyists still sell and legislators still buy the tort reform myth? A 194-page briefing book published in December 2018 by the Center for Justice & Democracy at New York Law School packs a powerful punch when it comes […]

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Shouldn’t Protecting Our Soldiers Be an Absolute? 3M Apparently Thought Giving Second Rate Hearing Protection Was Enough — It Should Not Be

03/1/2019
Defective Design
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Honor and Protect Our Soldiers Tales of corporate wrongdoing have pervaded society for decades. Take the Takata airbag scandal, in which a Japanese manufacturer of the automobile-safety device churned out tens of millions of defective ones that, at latest count, have killed over two dozen motorists and injured hundreds of […]

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Sovereign Immunity — Punishing the Innocent Injured

02/7/2019
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Sovereign Immunity — the STATE against the Injured Antiquated Law Should Disappear from the Books “The King can do no wrong” or as stated in Latin, “rex non potest peccare”. The legal maxim is also called “Crown Immunity”. This is a concept going back beyond Roman times and regularly adopted […]

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Is the FDA Broken? — Uloric Cardiac Risk Issues

01/16/2019
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Was Uloric Approval the Safe Decision? Attempts in 2005 and 2006 to obtain government-approval to sell Uloric were denied by the FDA due to concerns about research data that showed a slight elevation in the risks of death and heart problems (including acute coronary syndrome, myocardial infarction or heart attacks, […]

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Document Production — Look Before You Leap

01/11/2019
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In eDiscovery, look before you leap! You have filed a lawsuit and you are set for a “meet & greet” conference with opposing counsel(s) to review and agree on discovery. What should you expect from opposing counsel and their client(s)? The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, of course, provide structure […]

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