...representing a majority of the potential asbestos claimants, Perry Weitz of Weitz & Luxenberg in New York and Joseph Rice of Motley Rice in Mount...
At first glance, pharmaceutical companies' victories in some recent "failure to warn" cases might seem to signal a pro-defendant trend. But, as Paul J. Pennock of Weitz & Luxenberg points out, a more
As the third New Jersey Vioxx trial began in Atlantic City June 5, lawyers for the plaintiffs in the last trial were trying to keep a $13.5 million jury award intact
The New Jersey state Supreme Court broadened the state's duty-to-warn doctrine April 24 by extending landowners' obligations to workers' spouses who handle clothes covered with asbestos dust
Try to imagine defense counsel's dilemma as a plaintiff's expert, answering jurors' questions, takes over the trial
Eight hours into his testimony at the Vioxx trial in Atlantic City March 7, the plaintiffs' first witness got a jolt
The glossy brochures are irresistible. The Power of Attorney Funding, proclaims the one from Counsel Financial Services, against a backdrop of a courthouse facade and an American flag. We do what ban
...Boston filed in the District of Massachusetts, and Ellen Relkin of Weitz & Luxenberg in New York City filed in the Eastern District of New...
An employer may not be held liable for a non-employee spouse's secondhand exposure to asbestos, the Court of Appeals held Thursday in reversing an appellate panel
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