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Bayer Is In Talks About Settling Its Lawsuits

Bayer has been engaging in talks about potentially settling thousands of lawsuits that have been brought against them by Americans. The lawsuits are claiming that their product Roundup leads to cancer. However, there are a few legal experts who say that some of the...

Court Allows Litigation Against HIV-Drug Manufacturer to Proceed

In May of 2018, dozens of AIDS patients filed personal injury cases against one of the biggest manufacturers of HIV medications. Gilead is the manufacturer of almost three-quarters of the HIV drugs currently on the market. They have two different types of HIV...

What are the Stages of a Mass Tort Case?

A lot of people get mass tort litigation confused with a class action. This isn’t a surprise. Both mass tort and class actions involve multiple plaintiffs. They also involve similar injuries. However, there is one major difference between the two. In a class action,...

Update on the Uloric Front

Every day, we see dozens of commercials on television for different medications. It seems like there are new ones hitting the market all the time. And, that’s because there are. The FDA receives more applications for approval today than ever before. When a drug is...

Opioid Litigation – the Latest in Mass Torts

You can’t watch the news these days without hearing about the opioid epidemic. Most people are affected by the opioid crisis in one way or another. Either they’re dealing with their own issues or they have a loved one in the grips of addiction. For a long time, people...

What Kind of Injuries Qualify for Mass Tort Litigation?

If you get into a car accident, you’ll call a personal injury lawyer. The same is true if you’ve been bitten by your neighbor’s dog. These cases are handled relatively quickly. They're usually settled within a few months of filing your claim. There are other types of...

Future of Punitive Damages in Mass Tort

Class action lawsuits and mass tort cases are known for punitive damages. Mass tort lawyers file suit against large companies that are causing harm to a large number of people. Usually, this behavior is reprehensible. The juries in these cases want to punish the...

What is Lawsuit Lending and How is it Regulated?

You’ve probably seen the commercials for these places. There are companies who lend you money based on the fact that you have a personal injury case pending. They tend to prey on people who are members of a mass tort action because they’re so easy to identify. These...

Mass Tort Cases Being Filed Against Opioid Manufacturers

It’s impossible to watch the news these days without hearing about the opioid crisis. People are dying from opioid overdoses at the rate of over 150 per day. And nobody is safe. We’re seeing an entirely new crop of addicts. These are people who, years ago, would never...

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