Skip to Content
Contact Form Map & Directions Videos

Category: Mass Torts

Januvia, Byetta, Claims Headed for Appeals Court

10/18/2016
Articles
BY

The fate of diabetic patients who suffered pancreatic or thyroid cancer after ingesting incretin-based therapy drugs is now in the hands of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals after the claims were dismissed by the California federal court judge who oversaw the national coordinated litigation. In September of 2016, the […]

Read More

Homeopathic Teething Products Linked to Child Deaths, FDA Says

10/18/2016
Articles
BY

Belladonna is blamed for the deaths of 10 babies. The parents treated their teething phase with homeopathic teething products (gels and tablets) containing the natural substance. Another name for belladona is deadly nightshade, which it received due to its poisonous nature. Still, the plant has been used medicinally for five centuries. Food & […]

Read More

Doctors to Patients: “Take A Hike”

06/7/2016
Announcement
BY

The National Park Service is celebrating its centennial – an historic occasion that will culminate Aug. 25. On that date in 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed into law an act creating a new bureau within the Department of the Interior that would bear responsibility for protecting the then-35 parks in […]

Read More

Is Sponsor-Submitted Clinical Data Safe?

05/31/2016
Articles
BY

Is Sponsor-Submitted Clinical Data Safe? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a tricky task at hand when it comes to reviewing, evaluating, investigating and eventually approving prescription medications. Yes, the agency has a mission to ensure patient safety, and yes, a formal process must be followed before a medication […]

Read More

USA vs. Europe: Patients Hang in Balance as Big Pharma Reports Drug Side Effects Differently to FDA, EMA

05/23/2016
Articles
BY

A newly published study shows that drugmakers are doing a disservice to patients by inconsistently reporting side effects of medications depending on whether the information is being filed with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or its overseas counterpart, the European Medicines Agency. Researchers compared adverse drug-reaction data for anticonvulsants […]

Read More

Lawsuits over Viagra Melanoma Risk Mounting

05/9/2016
Articles
BY

The Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation heard arguments at a hearing on March 31, 2016, about the need for national coordination of Viagra claims.  Pfizer, the manufacturer of Viagra, did not oppose this request by the Plaintiffs.  Pfizer’s attorneys also agreed with the Plaintiffs’ suggestion that all of the pending Viagra […]

Read More

Hear What Our Clients Have To Say

"Without question, a tier one law firm! I have been extremely pleased with the quality of service and their attention to detail. Everyone has been extraordinarily kind and professional. I highly recommend this fine organization!"
Posted By: Bud Wilder