Camp Lejeune Lawsuit Updates
Feb 03, 2023 by Ed Lott, Ph.D., M.B.A.

From the 1950s to the late 1980s, the Camp Lejeune drinking water was unknowingly polluted with cancer-causing toxic substances, leading to adverse health effects in people exposed to the dangerous water. Millions of veterans, families, workers, and others have been exposed to this water. However, the victims have recently started gaining recognition, but it’s a […]...Continue reading

Dark & Lovely Uterine Cancer Lawsuit Filed Over Toxic Chemicals in Hair Relaxer
Feb 03, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

Unaware of the toxic chemicals in hair relaxers, the plaintiff’s Dark & Lovely uterine cancer lawsuit indicates she used the product in her hair for decades. Dark & Lovely hair relaxer contains toxic chemicals that increase the risk of uterine cancer, lawsuit alleges Illinois woman indicates she was diagnose with uterine cancer from Dark & […]...Continue reading

Talcum Powder Lawsuits Reassigned To New MDL Judge, Days After J&J Bankruptcy Plan Rejected By Appeals Court
Feb 02, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

Following the retirement of the original talcum powder MDL judge, the U.S. JPML has appointed U.S. District Judge Michael Shipp to oversee proceedings as active litigation gets back underway in thousands of cases. The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) has reassigned all federal talcum powder lawsuits to a new judge after U.S. District […]...Continue reading

MDL Judge for Tylenol Autism Spectrum Disorder Lawsuits Outlines Procedures To Coordinate Discovery in State Court Claims
Feb 01, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

The order outlines how state courts can coordinate with federal discovery in Tylenol autism spectrum disorder lawsuits and ADHD lawsuits being pursued by families nationwide. The U.S. District Judge presiding over all Tylenol autism spectrum disorder and ADHD lawsuits filed throughout the federal court system has issued an order that outlines how state-court cases can […]...Continue reading

J&J Talcum Powder Bankruptcy Filing Overturned By Appeals Court, Saying Subsidiary Faced No “Financial Distress”
Jan 30, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

This is the second major ruling against corporations trying to use a controversial legal strategy to avoid massive product liability costs. In what appears to be a repudiation of the controversial legal maneuver known as the Texas Two-Step, a federal appeals court has rejected Johnson & Johnson’s attempt to force thousands of talcum powder lawsuits […]...Continue reading