Hernia Mesh Litigation Updates
Mar 28, 2023 by Ed Lott, Ph.D., M.B.A.

With thousands of cases piling up, the hernia mesh multi-district litigation is now the second-largest mass tort lawsuit in the United States. Today’s biggest mass tort case is the 3M Combat Arms Earplugs litigation. In this blog, we will provide you with the latest updates on the hernia mesh litigation that involves three different MDLs, […]...Continue reading

Fake Leads in Mass Torts Cases Are a Serious Problem
Mar 27, 2023 by Ed Lott, Ph.D., M.B.A.

Fake leads in mass torts cases are a serious problem. They can lead to innocent people being harmed, and they can also damage the reputation of the legal system. Fake leads are often generated by unscrupulous law firms that are looking to make a quick buck. They will often use deceptive practices, such as cold-calling […]...Continue reading

Third Circuit Rejects Johnson & Johnson Request for Rehearing Over Talcum Powder Bankruptcy Scheme
Mar 23, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

Johnson & Johnson says it will attempt to have the Supreme Court overturn the decision that blocked its talcum powder bankruptcy scheme. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit is refusing to reconsider its recent decision to throw out Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder bankruptcy filing, setting the stage for thousands of Baby […]...Continue reading

Camp Lejeune Multiple Myeloma Lawsuit Filed By Son of Marine Stationed At Base in 1970s
Mar 22, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

The lawsuit indicates Marine’s son consumed large amounts of water while playing sports and living on the base, unaware of the high levels of contamination, according to the multiple myeloma lawsuit.  The son of a U.S. Marine stationed at Camp Lejeune in the 1970s has filed a lawsuit alleging he developed multiple myeloma from the […]...Continue reading

Exposure to PFAS “Forever Chemicals” Can Interfere with Child Growth and Development: Study
Mar 22, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

Researchers warn that exposure to PFAS may impact children’s metabolism in a way that increases inflammation and oxidative stress. The findings of new research indicate that exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), commonly referred to as forever chemicals, can stunt a child’s physical development and increase their risk of metabolic disorders such as diabetes […]...Continue reading