The amended rule gives attorneys greater liberty to work with experts but opens the door to arguments that a particular communication requires disclosure.
A proposed federal legislation, Furthering Asbestos Claim Transparency Act of 2013, would require asbestos bankruptcy trusts to publicly disclose information about claimants.
Has the landmark decision staunched the onslaught of food-advertising litigation by consumers?
By Samuel L. Felker
The end of a winning streak for brand-name manufacturers or just a blip on the state-law tort screen?
By Lori B. Leskin
Act now to avoid "woulda-coulda-shoulda" scenarios.
By Jaret J. Fuente and David L. Luck
Manufacturers are not required to provide bilingual product warnings.
Before investing time and energy on behalf of your clients, you should first determine whether their product is a consumer product. Laura Walther outlines the differences between types of products. (6:35 min)
According to Ira Gonzalez, the best networking doesn't usually just happen—it requires a plan. Learn how to develop your business and career with an eye toward the future.
Two new regulatory rules for consumer products have recently gone into effect. Chuck Joern explains the importance of each for you and your clients. (12:24 min)
Young lawyers today face various challenges as they work to further their careers, from establishing and expanding a network to finding a good advocate who will help advance their career. Join us for a discussion on how can young lawyers turn these challenges into opportunities. (01:13:25)
The difference between biologics and small molecule therapeutics—the types of drugs most products lawyers have litigated to date—as well as recent developments stemming from the 2010 Affordable Care Act will be the focus of this roundtable. (56:26)
This roundtable will discuss the origin and workings of the controversial database, the Company Doe litigation, and future concerns with the database. (58:49)
Register now for two upcoming CLE workshops presented by the Chemical and Food & Supplements subcommittees.
We are pleased to offer a stellar lineup of Roundtables, which are live audio programs on timely topics of interest to your practice.
This is a great way to get involved, network with some of the best litigators in the country, and contribute to building a valuable resource for products liability litigators.