March Webinar Madness

In the spirit of March Madness, we’re filling up our webinar bracket for the week by offering you TWO webinars to choose from! Here’s the bracket for next week: The Rise of Facebook Messenger Bots in Legal Marketing Tuesday, March 27th … Continue reading

2 NTL members secure $68M verdict for family of CA man left in coma

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The National Trial Lawyers members Ricardo Echeverria and Steven A. Heimberg have secured what may be the largest verdict ever reached in Fresno (California) Superior Court: a total of $68 million to the family of a 76-year-old man left in … Continue reading

Modern Niche Marketing Techniques to Grow Your Bottom Line

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Written by Ari Levenbaum, the COO & CMO of the American Association of Motorcycle Lawyers, also known as the Law Tigers. If you could simultaneously enhance your customer relationships, overshadow your competitors, and increase your bottom line, would you? With … Continue reading

Federal and State Courts Deny Daubert and Kemp Motions and Set Stage for Abilify Trials Over Compulsive Behaviors

The United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida’s Chief Judge M. Casey Rodgers has released a redacted version of its January 22, 2018 order denying summary judgment against plaintiffs’ claims that the drug Abilify caused them to … Continue reading

Bullet Proof Vest False Claims Act Case Ends in Victory for Whistleblower

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The U.S. Department of Justice announced today that Japanese manufacturing company, Toyobo Co., Ltd., agreed to pay $66 million to settle allegations that it conspired to sell defective body armor to American police departments, federal law enforcement agencies and the … Continue reading

NTL member files two more opioid lawsuits

Beasley Allen has filed its fourth and fifth lawsuits against opioid manufacturers and distributors on behalf of an Alabama city or county government. The complaints, filed on behalf of Limestone County, Alabama, and the city of Anniston, alleges the marketing … Continue reading

NTL member wins flooding lawsuit against Army Corps of Engineers

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A federal judge in Washington, D.C. ruled on March 13, 2018 that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers bears responsibility for causing recurrent flooding and damaging farms and property in four Midwest states along the Missouri River: Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska … Continue reading

Potential parents prepare legal action against fertility clinics

A wave of would-be parents is heading to court after a Ohio fertility clinic notified 700 patients last week that their frozen eggs or embryos may have been damaged after a storage tank lost liquid nitrogen that was critical to … Continue reading

Days in the Dallas Co. Jail raising money for bail

Dallas County, Texas is being sued over the constitutionality of its bail system by the ACLU, Civil Rights Corps, the Texas Fair Defense Project, the Texas Organizing Project, Faith in Texas, and six plaintiffs. The county’s cash bail system is … Continue reading

Podcast: The addicted lawyer

Krambule’s treatment included sedatives, pain killers and sleep aids, that reached to more than  30 pills per day. As a result, the cocktail of medications “metabolized and accumulated” in Randy Krambule’s body.

  Attorney Brian Cuban, the brother of billionaire Mark Cuban, struggled with low self-esteem and depression, which in turn led to substance abuse and the destruction of his legal career. Cuban recalls how his lifelong struggle caused his life to … Continue reading