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Plaintiff Settles with Bank of America Corp. NA at the Eleventh Hour

Plaintiff Settles with Bank of America Corp. NA at the Eleventh Hour February 16, 2018. By Gordon Gibb.
Los Angeles, CA: A California labor lawsuit alleging wrongful dismissal and defamation was quietly settled earlier this week at the 11th hour after a jury had awarded damages to the plaintiff, but had yet to settle on punitive damages. While having awarded punitive damages in the case on Tuesday February 13, 2018, the jury recessed for the day with plans to deliberate the amount of punitive damages once reconvened. Late in the night on February 13, the two parties reached a confidential settlement, ending the dispute.
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Plaintiffs Litigating ERISA Lawsuit v. Oracle Corp. Achieve Class Action Status

Plaintiffs Litigating ERISA Lawsuit v. Oracle Corp. Achieve Class Action Status February 15, 2018. By Gordon Gibb.
Denver, CO: An ERISA lawsuit that had its beginnings in 2016 has been granted class action status in a certification that could benefit tens of thousands of class members. At issue are allegations that fiduciaries acting on behalf of defendant Oracle Corp. failed to uphold their fiduciary duties by investing in funds and other investments that failed to maintain the best interests of 401(k) Plan members and other investors, at heart.
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Tentative Settlement Reached in Zimmer NexGen Knee-Implant MDL

Tentative Settlement Reached in Zimmer NexGen Knee-Implant MDL February 15, 2018. By Lucy Campbell.
Los Angeles, CA: Zimmer, the maker of NexGen knee replacements and the defendant in a defective products multi-district litigation (MDL) has reached a preliminary settlement with the plaintiffs in the longstanding MDL.
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EPA Now Says Monsanto Roundup 'Likely' Does Not Cause Cancer, Debate Continues

EPA Now Says Monsanto Roundup 'Likely' Does Not Cause Cancer, Debate Continues February 15, 2018. By Gordon Gibb.
Washington, DC: There is little doubt that the cloud which has been lingering for some time over Monsanto Roundup, billed as one of the most popular herbicides on the globe, remains controversial over continuing debate that Monsanto Roundup causes cancer: and specifically, the active ingredient known as glyphosate.
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California Woman Slams J&J, Ethicon with 7-Count Physiomesh Lawsuit

California Woman Slams J&J, Ethicon with 7-Count Physiomesh Lawsuit February 15, 2018. By Anne Wallace.
Los Angeles, CA: The Johnson & Johnson Ethicon surgical mesh lawsuits just keep on coming. On January 19, 2018, Sharon Smith filed a new Hernia Mesh lawsuit in the US District Court for the Central District of California.
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More Pressure to Withdraw Essure

More Pressure to Withdraw Essure February 14, 2018. By Jane Mundy.
Washington, DC. Essure critics last week met with FDA chief Scott Gottlieb to discuss problems with the sterilization device, particularly Bayer's failure to warn of Essure's serious complications. But Gottlieb said they need to wait for Bayer to finish its safety study - in 2023! Perhaps those critics should have brought to the meeting lawyers, guns and money.
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Family of Apollo 13 Star Bill Paxton File Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Family of Apollo 13 Star Bill Paxton File Wrongful Death Lawsuit February 14, 2018. By Lucy Campbell.
Los Angeles, CA: Almost a year ago Bill Paxton, the actor who starred in “Apollo 13” died suddenly following heart surgery. This week, his family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the surgeon and the medical center where Paxton underwent surgery. The complaint asserts the surgeon was negligent as he misrepresented the risks of involved with the procedure.
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Diagnosed with Lyme Disease, Plaintiff is Denied by Unum Disability Insurance

Diagnosed with Lyme Disease, Plaintiff is Denied by Unum Disability Insurance February 14, 2018. By Gordon Gibb.
San Diego, CA: A medical professional who could no longer fulfill the functions of her occupation due to a diagnosis of Lyme disease, had her long term disability benefits claim denied by her LTD provider. Plaintiff Laura Wakil holds that Unum unfairly denied her LTD benefits that were rightfully hers' according to the terms of her policy, and she is taking the insurer to court after filing an Unum lawsuit in an attempt to achieve benefits resulting from her disability.
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Houston, We Have a Problem with DePuy ASR Hip Replacement

Houston, We Have a Problem with DePuy ASR Hip Replacement February 13, 2018. By Jane Mundy.
Southlake, TX: Some DePuy ASR hip replacement patients are having problems finding a surgeon to perform revision surgery. Besides having to deal with a defective medical device, surgeons are in a dilemma and the FDA could have done more to help patients.
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Takata Reaches Settlement Deal with Injured Drivers

Takata Reaches Settlement Deal with Injured Drivers February 13, 2018. By Lucy Campbell.
Santa Cruz,CA: Takata, the Japanese maker of airbags that contained defective inflators, which caused injuries and more than a dozen deaths of drivers and passengers, has reached a settlement to pay tort claimants.
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