Medical Ghostwriting Lives On Because Medical Journals Won’t Stop It

By |September 15th, 2017|Medical Malpractice, Product Liability|

“Ghostwriting” has been the bane of good medicine for decades now. Pharmaceutical companies routinely “draft” scientific studies, medical journal articles, [...]

Why Did Hyland’s Teething Tablets Contain A Deadly Poison?

By |October 18th, 2016|Product Liability|

As product liability lawyers, we keep a close watch on the Food and Drug Administration and the Consumer Product Safety [...]

When A Car Company Puts Design And Comfort Over Safety

By |August 5th, 2016|Product Liability|

As expected, the parents of actor Anton Yelchin have filed a lawsuit against Jeep for Yelchin’s death on June 19, [...]

Tincher v. Omega Flex: Five Key Points From Pennsylvania’s New Standard For Strict Liability

By |November 23rd, 2014|Product Liability|

It’s finally here: Tincher v. Omega Flex, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s overhaul of strict liability. If you’re unfamiliar with the [...]

When Should The Statute Of Limitations Run For Medication Lawsuits?

By |May 24th, 2012|Product Liability|

Last week, our firm blog posted a short note about how Actos patients with bladder cancer in Kentucky, Louisiana, and Tennessee [...]

Defective Remington Triggers Under Fire Again, Still Not Recalled

By |April 26th, 2012|Product Liability|

Two weeks ago, NBC’s Rock Center aired an investigative report questioning the safety of the Common Fire Control of over 20 [...]

New Jersey Supreme Court Re-affirms Discovery Rule For Statute of Limitations in Pharmaceutical Negligence Lawsuits

By |March 3rd, 2012|Product Liability|

Some of the largest drug companies in the United States are based in, of have their U.S. headquarters in, New [...]