Mass Torts

A Comeback for Zantac?

In December of last year, the federal court judge overseeing the MDL relating to Zantac claims effectively dismissed all cases against GSK. This was most certainly the worst news possible, but can Zantac claims possibly make a comeback? Potentially yes, with a few serious caveats. Even though Judge Rosenberg’s ruling on the admissibility of expert …

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What Does Artificial Intelligence Mean for you and your Law Firm’s Growth?

By Ken Hardison Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become one of the hottest topics taking the business world by storm. This cutting edged technology has tremendous application for today’s law firms. Unlike the Metaverse, which garnered significant initial interest but has yet to deliver appreciable results, AI is already a potential game changer for users who …

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Corporate Boardrooms Listen Up

By W. Cameron Stephenson, Esq. Levin Papantonio Rafferty  JOHNSON & JOHNSON’S ATTEMPT TO AVOID TALC LIABILITY THROUGH ABUSE OF U.S. BANKRUPTCY CODE DID NOT WORK  Global giant Johnson & Johnson concentrates its business in pharmaceutical, medical device, and consumer packaged goods. In 2021 alone, the company generated approximately $93.7 billion in revenue. As of this …

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On Top of 2023

Now that 2022 is officially over and the holidays are in our rear-view mirrors, there is some actual movement that makes us think 2023 may be the year we see some of them finally settle, and others really take off. Bad News First – Zantac First, the bad news – the Zantac litigation suffered some …

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Pressure Grows On Real Estate Tech Company Accused Of Colluding With Landlords To Jack Up Apartment Rents

By Heather Vogell, ProPublica “Our constituents cannot afford to have anticompetitive — and potentially per se illegal — practices drive up prices for essential goods and services at a time when a full-time, minimum-wage salary does not provide a worker enough money to rent a two-bedroom apartment in any city across this country.” A Texas-based …

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Costly Drugs With Bizarre Origins Raise Questions

By Martha Rosenberg IT ISN’T YOUR IMAGINATION. More and more pharmaceutical drugs are expensive and meant to be injected, and that isn’t counting vaccines. Biologic drugs, also called biologics, are produced from or with living organisms and are made up of blood components, cells, genes, and recombinant proteins such as those found in monoclonal antibodies. …

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