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July 31, 2018

Top 4 things to know about Bayer stopping Essure sales

This news is particularly significant because it is quite rare that a medical device manufacturer completely stops sales of a device following complaints. As lead counsel for Essure litigation coordinated in California state court, I know many women and their loved ones who have questions about what this means. Here are my thoughts on some of the top questions I’m hearing.

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June 11, 2018

E-cigs: Blowing (flavored) smoke?

There is an increasingly popular trend among our youth raising the concern of health officials, school administrators and parents across the country. In fact, if you ask a young person over the age of 10, they will probably be able to tell you what it is: “E-cigarettes.”

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January 25, 2018

Cybersecurity takes top concern in 2018

We trust companies to protect our most personal information. As such, they should take steps to protect consumers. However, in an announcement last year, Equifax claimed that a security lapse on its part exposed the data of more than half the country. If that wasn’t enough, experts recently discovered two major security flaws, Meltdown and Spectre, that could potentially give attackers access to nearly all of the world’s computers and mobile devices.

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December 28, 2017

Top 6 blog posts of 2017

As we reflect on the past year, I invite you to peruse our blog and explore my colleagues’ musings on some of the leading legal, consumer and public health-related issues of today.

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June 20, 2017

Tobacco, 20 Years Later: What leadership can do for public health

Twenty years ago today, June 20, 1997, the announcement of the historic Master Settlement Agreement reached between more than two dozen State Attorneys General and the nation’s largest tobacco producers was announced. Death and disease by tobacco was running out of control in our country in the 1990s. It was considered to be the largest public health issue of that time.

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June 16, 2017

Remembering the Charleston 9 Firefighters

Firefighters are some of the bravest among us and uphold a vow to protect the public. They don’t think twice about stepping into harm’s way to save a life, whether by extinguishing a fire or intervening in other instances of distress. They are the first responders and our heroes.

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