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The Zoloft MDL is going to have to pick up its pace if it's going to usher the way for state courts that are hearing similar cases, the federal judge presiding over the case told a room full of attor
...a new firm in Philadelphia, called NastLaw. Nast was with RodaNast in Lancaster, Pa., since 1995, in part because she was raising her...
...committee to the court. Dianne Nast, a plaintiffs attorney with RodaNast in Lancaster who was involved in the common benefit work, said that...
Defense counsel in the Zoloft multidistrict litigation argued in federal court Wednesday that scientific and medical issues should take primacy in pretrial proceedings because as one lawyer said, "th
As the federal Avandia multidistrict litigation draws to a close after 65,000 claims have been winnowed down to between 500 and 600 cases, over 150 lawyers from over 50 plaintiffs law firms are seeki
In throwing out two plaintiffs' suits in the Avandia multidistrict litigation in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, a federal judge has set a bar date for when those claiming heart-related injurie
...Attorneys Joseph F. Roda, Dianne Nast and Michele S. Burkholder of RodaNast in Lancaster will serve as liaison counsel; Kathy Bailey of the Bailey...
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