Texas Family Wins Landmark $3-Million Verdict Against Fracking Operator

Blog   |   April 24, 2014

A Dallas jury awarded a local family $3 million for the illnesses they suffered from exposure to contaminated ground water, solid toxic waste and airborne chemicals generated by natural gas fracking operations surrounding their 40-acre ranch. The April 23, 2014, verdict against … Continue reading

Selecting a Jury in a Brain Damage Case

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  By Shareef Rabaa. There is no one correct way to pick a jury. Each juror pool, jurisdiction and judge is different. To be a plaintiff’s attorney with such a daunting task, you must be well-prepared in picking your jury. … Continue reading

Pfizer to Pay $190M in Class Action Settlement over Generic Neurontin

BlogNewsletter   |   April 23, 2014

A $190 million settlement has been reached in New York in a consumer fraud class action lawsuit pending against Pfizer which alleges the pharma giant engaged in tactics to delay market entry of generic versions of its epilepsy drug Neurontin. The lawsuit … Continue reading

Despite Hiding Evidence, Takeda Challenges $6B Actos Verdict

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Despite evidence that it concealed cancer risks associated with its diabetes drug Actos, Japanese drug maker Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. said it would contest $6 billion in punitive damages imposed against it and Eli Lilly & Co. A federal jury ordered Takeda … Continue reading