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  • Stockert 3T Heater-Cooler Case Awaits Consolidation Decision
    Jan-29-18 Minneapolis, MN Lawyers and plaintiffs are awaiting an important decision in the Stockert 3T heater-cooler litigation process as the Judicial Panel Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) decides whether or not to consolidate 42 lawsuits into a single federal MDL. Plaintiffs allege the German manufactured operating room device infected some thoracic cardiovasc...
  • California Supreme Court Weighs In on Intent of Rest Period
    Jan-14-17 Los Angeles, CA: A revealing opinion issued at the end of last year by The California Supreme Court addressed, and clarified a heretofore murky area of California labor law , notably just what constitutes a true rest period, and what doesn’t. Specifically, the difference between rest periods whereby employees are relieved of all work tasks and...
  • Innohep (Tinzaparin) Linked to Increased Death
    FDA Requests Labeling Change The FDA has issued a notification regarding the safety of the anticoagulant Innohep (tinzaparin sodium injection). The alert is based on information from the European IRIS study, which was stopped in February 2008, due to a finding of increased all-cause mortality in patients given the low molecular weight heparin. In...
  • The FDA Warning Letter RE: St. Jude ICD Batteries One Year Later
    Feb-10-18 Sylmar, CA: We will soon be coming up to the one-year anniversary of the receipt by Abbott Laboratories of a scathing warning letter by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). At issue were various allegations and findings of non-compliance and failures to maintain good manufacturing practices determined during an inspection of its facility in Sylmar, C...
  • Byetta Side Effects a Fact of Life
    Sep-18-08 San Diego, CA Rarely, if ever, will you hear pharmaceutical companies claim that drugs are safe. The preferred position is the 'positive benefit-risk profile' for patients suffering from some malady—typically the condition for which the drug was approved. In the case of Byetta acute pancreatitis has claimed lives, while others have been made to deal wi...
  • GranuFlo Lawsuits Keep Flowing
    Sep-26-13 Washington, DC Lawsuits can be complex animals even at their basic core. To that end, one has to wonder how the folks at DaVita healthcare clinics would handle the connection to Fresenius Medical Care, in light of the latter’s alleged failure to notify competing dialysis clinics of a suspected, but serious problem with GranuFlo and NaturaLyte, tw...
  • Tardive Dyskinesia One of Major Reglan Side Effects
    Feb-14-11 Scottsdale, AZ According to the Mayo Clinic, Reglan side effects can occasionally include high fever or difficulty breathing, and patients are encouraged to contact their doctors if they experience any such symptoms. The clinic's Web site explains that Reglan is used to "treat heartburn for patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)," whic...
  • Criticism for Both St. Jude Medical and FDA over Defective St. Jude ICD Batteries
    Oct-20-17 Washington, DC: A troubling report that ran in The New York Times back in April shed a dark shadow on defective St. Jude cardiac defibrillators and the batteries that powered them. St Jude ICD and CRT-D device lawsuits have alleged further than the original manufacturer of the medical devices, St. Jude Medical, downplayed reports of device failure fo...
  • Possible Melamine Contamination in Mr. Brown Instant Coffee
    Canadian Agency Issues Warning The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a warning for certain types of Mr. Brown 3-in-1 instant coffee, because they may contain melamine. Mr. Brown 3-in-1 coffee products were initially recalled in Taiwan. Consequently, the company that imports the products into Canada is not taking any chances following the...
  • EMA Decision on Januvia Class Cuts the FDA Some Slack
    Aug-13-13 Washington, DC The oft-maligned US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), currently in the throes of monitoring Januvia side effects with regard to the potential for pancreatic cancer, has been cut a bit of slack thanks to the European Medicines Agency (EMA). The European equivalent to the FDA is often ahead of the FDA in taking positions with drugs thoug...
  • Sears Refrigerator With Ice-maker Installation Problems
    Consumer Alert: Sears offers icemaker water line installation that violates plumbing codes in various states across the U.S. The retail giant (Sears sells almost 40% of new refrigerators sold in America) offers to install the water lines necessary to feed the icemaker for about $90, but in more than ten states - so far - this installation is in direct viola...
  • Invokana Floats Like a Butterfly, Stings Like a Bee
    Jun-5-16 Scarborough, ON: As the world continues to mourn the loss of boxing icon and humanitarian Mohammed Ali, a phrase oft-times used by Ali to describe his boxing style and prowess, “float like a butterfly, sting like a bee,” can also be brought to the fore to describe the type 2 diabetes drug Invokana. Some doctors - including one in Halifax, locat...
  • Pfizer to Settle 80 Percent of Chantix Lawsuits
    Mar-5-13 Washington, DC More than 80 percent of the 2,700 federal and state Chantix lawsuits facing Pfizer look as if they could be settled. Pfizer, the maker of the controversial smoking cessation drug known generically as varenicline, faces a raft of lawsuits alleging Chantix causes suicide, suicide attempts and other psychiatric disturbances. In order t...
  • WalkMed Infusion Issues Nationwide Recall of Triton Infusion Pump
    Washington, DC: WalkMed Infusion LLC, Englewood, Colorado, is initiating a nationwide recall of a total of 2018 Triton Pole Mount Infusion Pumps. The pumps have been found to possibly have a problem with the pump door open alarm, which potentially could result in over infusion of medication. The recall includes the serial numbers 001 through 500...
  • Consumer Advocate Blames both Manufacturer and FDA for Dragging their Heels
    Nov-23-17 Washington, DC: Public Citizen is an internationally-recognized consumer advocacy group founded by perhaps the original consumer advocate, Ralph Nader. He’s the guy who railed over the safety of cars, and advocated for seat belts. And today, the organization he founded holds, amongst other things, the feet of the pharmaceutical and medical device ind...
  • FDA Warns Consumers Not to Eat Certain California Pistachios
    Products linked to the previous recall by Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella Inc. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to eat California Prime Produce and Orange County Orchards brands of pistachios repacked by Orca Distribution West Inc., Anaheim, CA, Orca received and repacked pistachios recalled by Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella...
  • Despite $1B Penalty by the Feds, It’s Not Over Yet for Takata: Airbag Injuries
    Feb-1-17 Washington, DC: The massive $1 Billion criminal penalty announced by the US Department of Justice earlier this month surrounding defective Takata airbags is not, in reality, an end to the troubles for the beleaguered Japanese manufacturer. Just one day after the Christmas holiday this past December, German automotive manufacturer BMW announced a recall of...
  • Jury Awards $48.2M Verdict in SJS/TEN Case
    Los Angeles, CA: On October 3, 2011, a Los Angeles jury returned a record-setting verdict against Johnson & Johnson and their fully owned subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare for $48.2 million, with pre-interest and cost of judgement is expected to reach 60 million dollars. The lawsuit alleged that Motrin caused SJS/TENS or Stevens Johnson Syndrom...
  • Canadian IVC Filter Class-Action Lawsuits Filed
    Mar-24-16 Toronto, ON: In addition to the American IVC filter lawsuits filed against the makers of inferior vena cava filters, class-action lawsuits have now been filed in Canada, alleging the devices were unreasonably dangerous and put patients at risk of potentially deadly IVC side effects. The makers of inferior vena cava (IVC) filters face allegations tha...
  • Murphy Oil USA Inc. to pay $179,100 settlement in occupational safety violations lawsuit
    Superior, WI: (Feb-25-08) The Occupational Safety and Health Administration brought charges against Murphy Oil USA Inc., alleging that a six month inspection of its Superior, WI refinery revealed various safety violations. The suit stated that the inspection, which started in August 2007 as part of the agency's National Emphasis Program for petroleum refin...
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