Stryker Hip Implants Under Fire

There are many hip implants on the market, and a number of manufacturers are under increasing legal pressure because of the effects that their products can have on recipients. Stryker hip implants have been voluntarily recalled after the devices were implicated in...

Food Safety Case Spotlights Problems with Federal Preemption

What happens when consumers attempt to sue companies that create defective products in state court when federal law allowed the sale of the defective product and immunizes plaintiffs from litigation? It is an important question that is at the center of a case that...

Actos Lawsuit Ends in Multi-Billion Dollar Verdict

Two pharmaceutical companies are facing a $9 billion damages bill after a first-of-its-kind lawsuit in a Louisiana courtroom. Takeda Pharmaceutical Company and Eli Lilly & Co. were partners in producing the drug Actos, which has been at the center of more than...

The Stress of Being a Victim Can Take Its Own Toll

When we think of a case involving defective products, medical devices, car accidents, or premises liability, it can sometimes be easy to forget the very human toll that these types of cases take on victims. In many of these cases, there are stresses that come from the...