National Law Journal
Just weeks after DePuy Orthopaedics Inc. announced a $2.5 billion settlement to resolve the bulk of the litigation over its recalled hip implants, some lawyers have raised concerns about the thousand
The abrupt resolution of cases that had been set for trial in September and October came after a Los Angeles jury awarded $8.3 million against DePuy on March 8, but the company won a defense verdict
National Law Journal
...on Tuesday. Ellen Relkin of New York’s Weitz & Luxenberg, co-lead counsel for the plaintiffs’ steering committee in the...
The first courtroom test of liability claims involving a particular hip replacement device ended in more or less a split decision: The jury awarded the plaintiff $8.3 million but rejected his bid for
The Demersseman case, scheduled for trial next month in Los Angeles County, Calif., Superior Court, will be among the first to go before jurors as part of a newly formed coordinated proceeding design
About 3,500 lawsuits filed against DePuy Orthopaedics Inc. over its ASR hip implants, which the company recalled on Aug. 24, 2010. Since close to 93,000 patients worldwide have had the devices implan
Trial lawyers are holding steady as one of the Democratic Party's biggest sources of campaign contributions, providing a cushion for the party as it struggles to maintain control of Congress in the m
...Louisiana parishes. • Robin Greenwald of New York's Weitz & Luxenberg, who was assistant chief in the Department of Justice's environmental...
More than 100 lawyers who are suing BP over the Deepwater Horizon oil spill have applied for coveted places on the committee that will lead the multidistrict litigation, citing either the extensive w
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