2011AP2627-CR State v. RamirezRead More »
The increase in class-action litigation challenging labels on certain food products has consumer litigation attorneys taking notice, and laying at least part of the blame on federal regulators.Read More »
Hitting back in the multi-district litigation brought by current and former professional football players alleging injuries from head trauma, the National Football League has filed a motion to dismiss the suits as “labor disputes” preempted by federal law.
Tagged with: collective bargainingRead More »
In ongoing mass tort litigation over vaginal mesh implants, new bellwether trial dates have been set for cases over the Avaulta mesh product, manufactured by C.R. Bard.Read More »
United Airline workers who lose their jobs due to disability are entitled reassignment to vacant positions for which they are qualified, the 7th Circuit has ruled in reversing judgment.Read More »