Oct 15, 2014
Dangerous Drugs

Pharma Advertising: The Good, The Bad, And Now It's Getting Ugly

In early 2014, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued proposed guidance for pharmaceutical companies who elect to use Twitter or paid search to promote their drugs… More

Oct 13, 2014
What You Need To Know

What's That You're Eating? Our New Guide to Natural Food Lawsuits

It's important to know what you're eating, and the growth of the natural and organic movements over the last few decades has made consumers more informed than ever.… More

Oct 13, 2014
What You Need To Know

Social Media and Government Access: Lawsuits Tackle Important Questions

As social media becomes an increasingly vital part of our lives, governments around the world are struggling to strike a balance between security and privacy.… More

Oct 13, 2014
Securities Law

Why the Shareholder Suing SeaWorld for Investment Fraud Has a Good Case

August is supposed to be a slow month on Wall Street. While many hedge fund managers and financial analysts head to the Hamptons, trading volume slows to a trickle… More

Oct 1, 2014
What You Need To Know

Where's It From? Manufacturers Face Suits for Deceptive 'Made In' Claims

Although consumers may not notice how much their perception is altered by country-of-origin labels, research shows that shoppers' purchases are largely affected by their beliefs about the countries where items are said to originate.… More

Oct 1, 2014
What You Need To Know

How Do Class Actions Help Consumers?

It's fair to say that class action lawsuits have their share of detractors. Critics of these lawsuits, whereby a large group of people who have suffered similar injuries… More

Sep 25, 2014
Defective Medical Devices

Boston Scientific to Pay $73 Million: What's Next for TVM Suits?

Boston Scientific Corp. was hit with a $73.4 million verdict earlier this month after a jury found that the company's Obtryx transvaginal sling was defective and caused serious injuries.… More

Sep 17, 2014
Consumer Fraud

Outlet Stores Become Targets in False Advertising Class Actions

In 1970, the clothing manufacturer VF Corporation began selling its flawed and overstocked goods to the public for a discount. While the company previously reserved these items for employees… More

Sep 15, 2014
What You Need To Know

Concussion Injuries Have Americans Rethinking Professional Sports

September means the beginning of football season in the United States, but this year's season has been mired in more controversy than usual. Concerns over the dangers… More

Sep 15, 2014
What You Need To Know

Class Actions That Changed the Way We Travel

It's no secret that Americans love to travel. In 2013, we spent nearly $900 billion on travel-related expenses. Still, we've come to know and expect healthy competition… More

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