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Arkansas Seeks Review of Court Risperdal Reversal
Arkansas Seeks Review of Court Risperdal Reversal Little Rock, AR: Although Johnson & Johnson won a reversal of a $1.2 billion judgment in an Arkansas Risperdal lawsuit, Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel asked the state Supreme Court to reconsider its decision. The Arkansas Risperdal lawsuit alleged Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, minimized the risks of Risperdal side effects and marketed the drug for off-label uses [READ MORE]

Following Suit: Telemarketing Lawsuit Update
Following Suit: Telemarketing Lawsuit Update A recent Supreme Court decision involving a lawsuit brought against Arrow Financial Services LLC over alleged nuisance phone calls has put other similar businesses and telemarketers on notice. The high court’s decision effectively allows people who are annoyed by nuisance phone calls to sue in state and federal courts [READ MORE]

Arkansas Attorney General Launches Internet Payday Loans Lawsuit
Arkansas Attorney General Launches Internet Payday Loans Lawsuit Little Rock, AR: The battle lines are drawn between the state of Arkansas and the operator(s) of an Internet payday loans organization which, according to its website, suspended operations in late summer. At issue are the provisions of Internet payday loans that have been known to carry interest rates as high as 342 percent, and whether or not the company can legally claim tribal immunity based on its ownership and management [READ MORE]

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