Hard times bring opportunities, and the network of small and midsized law firms called Meritas hopes that more general counsel come knocking as their companies look for ways to cut costs
...that some plaintiffs probably opted to participate in a settlement with Dow Corning Corp., which manufactured some of the silicone implants. The settlement required...
...plunge into the shark-infested legal waters that in 1994 forced Dow Corning Inc., the nation's largest implant manufacturer, out of the business...
Even before Enron and WorldCom began dominating the business pages of the nation's newspapers, general counsel had been advising corporate management about the need to improve internal business ethic
With the recent surge of asbestos litigation naming an ever-increasing number of companies as defendants in courts throughout the United States, the need for centralization of these cases for an effi
...Bernick made similar challenges to the scientific basis of claims in Dow Corning's breast implant-related bankruptcy and in the Dalkan Shield IUD...
-A- Adamski v. Allstate Insurance Co., PICS Case No. 99-1821 (Pa. Commw. Sept. 22, 1999) Tamilia, J. (21 pages). 22 PLW 1188 10/4/99. Agster v. Barmada, PICS Case No. 99-2040 (C.P. Allegheny Oct. 21,
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