On November 28, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments to resolve conflicting opinions whether Dodd-Frank’s retaliation provision extends to individuals who have not reported alleged misconduct to the SEC and thus fall outside the definition of a whistleblower.
Every year on Mesothelioma Awareness Day we recognize those battling cancer and other asbestos exposure related diseases. As we endure what’s been an active and devastating hurricane season, it seems appropriate to remind the public of the hidden dangers of asbestos.
Monday marks the 16th memorial of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Americans of all walks of life will remember and honor the 9/11 families and survivors of the brutal terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
The latest in a string of talc cases faced by J&J sends an undeniable message that the jury, as representatives of the public, strongly believed that the company failed, egregiously, to do the right thing in warning women of the dangers associated with perineal talc use.
The news about Takata has been dominated by TK Holdings’ bankruptcy filing announcement and an intended deal to sell their current business to Key Systems Solutions. That is, until new news of yet another tragic death related to a Takata airbag.
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.