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Takata Given Room to Breathe Over Defective Airbags for Now
November 28, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Wilmington, DE: A vilified auto parts manufacturer at the center of the largest automotive recall in US history over defective airbags has been granted a bit of breathing room by the courts with regard to its bankruptcy proceedings. When combined with some temporary concessions granted by its client automakers, Takata Corp. will be in a better position to remain relatively healthy long enough to fulfill various obligations deemed integral by the courts and the automotive industry – the latter wanting to ensure Takata will be in a position to manufacture the replacement inflators needed to replace defective units that have injured, maimed or killed scores of drivers or passengers.Read [ Takata Given Room to Breathe Over Defective Airbags for Now ]
Long-Suffering Homeowners Hoping to Pursue Home Warranty Lawsuit
October 8, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Wilmington, DE: It’s been a long wait for prospective plaintiffs with home defect issues dating back to as far back as 1999. With a formal request Wednesday to a Delaware bankruptcy court to lift a litigation stay in a long-running Chapter 7 bankruptcy involving builder WL Homes LLC (WL), the plaintiffs hope to launch a home warranty lawsuit and pursue compensation from the builder’s insurance provider.Read [ Long-Suffering Homeowners Hoping to Pursue Home Warranty Lawsuit ]
California Saxagliptin Lawsuit Plaintiffs Score Big Procedural Win
August 11, 2017. By Anne Wallace.
Washington, DC:Saxagliptin lawsuit plaintiffs just got a big victory. The fact that they can sue in California courts under California law will affect whether and how much they can recover for the injuries they have suffered.Read [ California Saxagliptin Lawsuit Plaintiffs Score Big Procedural Win ]
Taxotere Multidistrict Litigation May Remand Some Cases to State Courts
July 18, 2017. By Deb Hipp.
New Orleans, LA: Plaintiffs in a Louisiana multidistrict Taxotere litigation have asked the court to remand several cases back to state courts.Read [ Taxotere Multidistrict Litigation May Remand Some Cases to State Courts ]
More Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Lawsuits Transferred to New Jersey MDL
June 5, 2017. By Deb Hipp.
Washington, DC:Four federal talcum powder cancer lawsuits from two states claiming that Johnson & Johnson's talcum products caused ovarian cancer have been transferred to a multidistrict litigation in New Jersey.Read [ More Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Lawsuits Transferred to New Jersey MDL ]
Woman Claims She Suffered Kidney Injuries from Taking Acid Reflux Medications
May 24, 2017. By Deb Hipp.
Alabama:An Alabama woman is suing the makers of the popular proton pump inhibitor (PPI) medications Nexium, Prilosec and Prevacid for kidney-related injuries she claims she suffered after taking the products.Read [ Woman Claims She Suffered Kidney Injuries from Taking Acid Reflux Medications ]
Taxotere Hair Loss Patients Speak Out Over the Fallout
May 15, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Washington, DC: A recent filing by Taxotere manufacturer Sanofi Aventis with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) revealed the current state of Taxotere hair loss lawsuits as of the end of the pharmaceutical’s fiscal year ending December 31, 2016.Read [ Taxotere Hair Loss Patients Speak Out Over the Fallout ]
Round 5: Talcum Powder Plaintiffs versus Johnson & Johnson
May 1, 2017. By Jane Mundy.
St. Louis, MO: Missouri’s fifth talcum powder trial began April 11, with plaintiffs claiming that Johnson & Johnson knew for decades about the link to ovarian cancer but chose profit over safety and continued to market Shower-to-Shower and Johnson's Baby Powder.Read [ Round 5: Talcum Powder Plaintiffs versus Johnson & Johnson ]
Missouri Talcum Powder Cancer Lawsuit Could Go to New Jersey MDL
April 11, 2017. By Deb Hipp.
Kansas City, MO: A talcum powder cancer lawsuit filed in state court by multiple plaintiffs in Missouri has been removed to federal court by attorneys for Johnson & Johnson, who may transfer the case to a multidistrict litigation in New Jersey.Read [ Missouri Talcum Powder Cancer Lawsuit Could Go to New Jersey MDL ]
Makers of Eliquis Ask the Court to Stop Sale of Generic Version
April 9, 2017. By Deb Hipp.
Wilmington, DE: The makers of the blood thinner Eliquis have sued Mylan Pharmaceuticals for patent infringement and asked a judge to stop approval of Mylan's generic version of the drug used in Eliquis.Read [ Makers of Eliquis Ask the Court to Stop Sale of Generic Version ]
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