From the White House, the swearing-in of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.
From the BBC News, YouTube: Politicians and protesters have had their say on the president’s executive order on immigration – now lawyers are getting in on the act. The BBC’s Rajini Vaidyanathan explains the legal back and forth and why the US Supreme Court is likely to have the final verdict.
Last week, an eight-member jury awarded plaintiff Robert Braden $51.5 million dollars in damages against aircraft manufacturer and and defense contractor Lockheed Martin. Robert Braden started working for Lockheed Martin in 1984 (known then as Radio Corp. of America). 29 years later Braden was let go in a round of layoffs in July, 2012, despite […]
It has been a busy first few days for the US President. In addition to the executive order to provide relief from the Affordable Care Act known as ObamaCare, President Trump has taken numerous other steps to undo actions taken by his predecessor and to hamstring federal agencies efforts to regulate businesses and other organizations. […]
Lawyers representing clients who have filed lawsuits against Janssen for adverse effects of Invokana have been pushing for Multidistrict Litigation for several months. Their request has proven successful following the approval of the transfer of dozens of lawsuits filed against Janssen over their diabetes drug to a federal court in New Jersey. As of September, […]
A Georgia court reduced the award in an ObTape Sling product lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson from $4 million to $2.4 million. The judge’s action came as a result of the statutory cap in Georgia that limits recovery to $2 million. Despite the pleading of the plaintiff, the judge reduced the award to […]