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December

Allergan Recalls Textured Breast Implants Linked to Rare Cancer

December 31, 2019

Per the FDA’s request, Allergan has recalled its Natrelle BIOCELL textured breast implants and tissue expanders because they have been linked to anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL), a rare and potentially deadly cancer. According to the FDA, 481 of 573 women with ALCL had Allergan breast implants. The administration estimates that those with the implant are 6…

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FIU Bridge Collapse Victims Set to Get Share of Nearly $103 Million Settlement

December 19, 2019

Over a year and a half after the collapse of a pedestrian bridge at Florida International University (FIU), victims are set to receive their share of a nearly $103 million settlement. The decision came after Judge A. Jay Cristol, approved Magnum Construction Management’s (MCM), formerly Munilla Construction Management, bankruptcy reorganization plan. Barring any appeals, the…

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The Law of the Jungle: How Long Can Amazon Evade Liability?

December 16, 2019

The Online Retailer Claims It’s Not Responsible for Defective Products Sold Through Its Platform Finding the perfect gift has never been easier, thanks to online merchants like Amazon. However, finding recourse after a defective product causes serious damage could be more difficult. Recent product liability cases against the site have shown that our laws may need…

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Opioid Manufacturers Probed in Criminal Investigation

December 3, 2019

Federal prosecutors are cracking down on the opioid epidemic by pinpointing the parties that may have caused or contributed to the crisis, which has claimed over 400,000 lives since 1997. To begin their investigation, authorities have served the following companies with subpoenas: Teva Pharmaceuticals McKesson Corp Mallinckrodt AmerisourceBergen Johnson & Johnson Amneal Pharmaceuticals These 6 criminal…

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Supreme Court Won’t Allow Remington to Challenge Lawsuit by Sandy Hook Families

December 2, 2019

In 2012, Adam Lanza killed 26 children and adults in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. Two years later, the victims’ families sued Remington Arms Co., the maker of the assault rifle used in the shooting, under Connecticut’s Unfair Trade Practices Act. They claim the company is liable for advertising the semiautomatic rifle in a way…

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