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  • Spike Lee and Showtime Settlement reached in script copyright infringement lawsuit.
    Louisville, KY: (May-27-08) James Lee White, a Louisville writer, brought a lawsuit against Spike Lee and the Showtime cable channel, alleging that Lee illegally used his script to create "Sucker Free City," which was shown on Showtime. He suit alleged intellectual property infringement, stating that Lee and writer Alex Tse infringed on his copyright whe...
  • CT Brain Perfusion Scan Radiation Overdose
    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has notified health care professionals about radiation overexposure in patients who have undergone perfusion CT imaging (essentially, a CT brain scan ), done to diagnose and treat strokes. According to the FDA alert, 206 patients in an 18-month period at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center received radiation doses that were ap...
  • Byetta Pancreatic Cancer Lawsuit News & Legal Information
    The use of Byetta has been linked to impaired kidney dysfunction and renal kidney failure as well as serious Byetta side effects including acute pancreatitis. Additionally, a recent UCLA study showed a possible increase in Byetta pancreatic cancer and Byetta thyroid cancer . Byetta attorneys are investigating lawsuits for users diagnosed with Impair...
  • Attorney Leonard Aragon: Going after LifeLock
    Apr-7-08 Phoenix, AZ: On March 27, the law firm of Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro filed a proposed consumer class action against LifeLock of Tempe, AZ. LifeLock uses aggressive advertising to convince consumers to subscribe to its $10-a-month "proactive identity theft protection" service, claiming to "offer a proven solution that prevents your identity from being st...
  • FDA Halts Importation of Drugs Manufactured Offshore By Ranbaxy
    Drugs From 2 Plants Affected The FDA has issued an alert for generic drugs produced by Ranbaxy's Dewas and Paonta Sahib plants in India. The problems at these two Ranbaxy plants relate to deficiencies in the company's drug manufacturing process. The Import Alert issued by the FDA on Sept 16, allows for US officials to detain at any US border, any a...
  • Shishamo Roe Capelin 4L Recalled Due To Potential Of C. Botulinum
    Washington, DC: Pacific American Fish Co, Inc. of Vernon, California is recalling SHI306 Shishamo 4L 5PC (23-28G) Wild, Pack 4/20TR, Lots 202885-2 & 201011-3, Master Carton information. Based on FDA Import Alert, this type of processing and size of product has the potential to be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, a bacterium which can cause fo...
  • Adderall Death, Stroke and Hearth Attacks
    The FDA has received a number of reports of Adderall heart attack , Adderall stroke , and even Adderall death in both children and adults, and the numbers are likely to increase as more children are prescribed Adderall for ADHD . Adderall heart problems are also reported in people prescribed the drug for bipolar disorder and in college students who...
  • Defective Knee Implant Legal News and Lawsuit Information
    Allegedly defective knee implants have been a cause of concern for medical professionals and patients alike, with some knee implant devices being the subject of recalls due to a high rate of complications, ranging from infection and trauma to loosening or poor implant positioning, along with a defective medical device. Among issues allegedly associated with...
  • For Victims of GranuFlo Heart Attack, It’s No Ordinary Day at Dialysis
    Oct-6-13 Boston, MA Any GranuFlo lawsuit will feature a common backdrop: a patient attends a kidney dialysis clinic for the regular filtering of his or her blood through a machine. This is done on a regular basis, generally a few times per week. And it happens like clockwork. You build your weekly schedule around your dialysis appointments, after which you atte...
  • Listeria Monocytogenes Alert for Cheese and Milk Products
    Washington,DC: The Massachusetts (MA) Department of Public Health (MDPH) is issuing a warning to consumers to avoid consumption of certain cheese and milk products because the products may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes (L. monocytogenes). The presence of L. monocytogenes in foods such as cheese and milk products represents a significa...
  • Safety Alert: Petzl America Warns of Burn Hazard from Headlamps
    Product Should not be Used with Rechargeable Batteries Petzl America in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a safety alert for approximately 330,000 MYO and MYO Belt headlamps. If the headlamp is used with rechargeable batteries, the cable connecting the battery pack to the lamp can spark, melt, or catch fire. This poses...
  • Vaginal Rejuvenation Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    On July 30, 2018, the United States Food & Drug Administration (FDA) issued a formal warning to manufacturers of laser gynecological devices and patients who have undergone, or plan to undergo, treatment with such devices. The FDA initially cleared these “energy based” devices for the treatment of serious health conditions, including cancer and hysterec...
  • Former and Current Workers Launch Unpaid Wages Class Action against Hertz Corp.
    Aug-19-15 Los Angeles, CA Sometimes it’s unpaid wages: other times it’s a donning and doffing lawsuit, where plaintiffs allege they were not paid for time spent suiting up in uniforms or protective gear, a process mandated by the employer but often not included in the employee’s wage compensation. In this case, one former and two current (as of Jul...
  • Unpaid Overtime Plaintiff Alleges Misclassification in Class-Action Lawsuit
    Jun-21-15 San Francisco, CA Yet another California overtime pay laws class action alleging misclassification of employees as independent contractors has been filed, this time by an employee of a start-up valet parking service. The allegation holds that the defendant, Luxe Valet Inc., controls every singular aspect of the parking process as if attendants were emp...
  • Zyprexa Injury Clock Keeps Ticking Away
    Feb-2-07 San Jose, CA The on-going legal battle over the disclosure of secret Eli Lilly documents that reveal the serious health risks associated with Zyprexa and the company's off-label promotion of the drug involves a matter of grave public concern. But observers on the sidelines of this courtroom circus say the conduct of the judge in helping Lilly keep d...
  • St. Jude Medical Heart Device Legal News & Lawsuit Information
    Attorneys are investigating possible ICD and CRT-D defibrillator lawsuits resulting from the devices possibly short-circuiting and causing harm to patients. St. Jude Medical Inc., issued a recall of some of its Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICDs) and Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Defibrillators (CRT-Ds) implanted in about 400,000 people...
  • The Fix is In for St. Jude Defective Batteries, But Is it Enough?
    Nov-9-17 Washington, DC: The announcement last month of a new software tool capable of alerting patients with defective St. Jude cardiac defibrillators when a battery is in danger of failing prematurely may be too little, too late for patients who have suffered adverse events when defective defibrillator batteries failed too soon. Many have filed St. Jude ICD a...
  • Tax Fraud Whistleblowers Lawsuit Information and Legal Information
    Whistleblowers who come forward with information about tax fraud can receive up to 30 percent of the amount collected by the IRS, if the amount of the tax fraud, including penalties and interest, is more than $2 million. Tax fraud whistleblowers are protected under the Tax Relief and Health Act of 2006, and can appeal their award if the amount the IRS...
  • Statin Side Effects Legal News and Lawsuit Information
    Statins are a class of drugs that lower cholesterol levels in the blood. Use of statins has been linked to statin side effects including an increased risk of cardiomyopathy and diabetes. The high-potency and best-selling statins, namely Lipitor, Crestor and Zocor, have been found to increase statin diabetes risk by up to 15 percent. Additionally, a lin...
  • Sex Crimes lawsuit
    Sex Crimes in America - the Epidemic of Silence and Shame In this day in age, hardly a day goes by where you do not hear, see, or read about some horrid sexual assault or another sexual predator sentenced for seemingly unspeakable crimes. Yet experts tell us that for every sexual assault that is reported to the authorities, many more go by unrep...
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