Useful for avoiding taking an openly adverse position against a co-defendant while a case is pending.
Corporate executives, take notice.
A look at article III standing and requests for injunctive relief in consumer fraud class actions.
By Sam Felker
The DOJ has a new strategy for combating health care fraud: individual responsibility.
By Jim O'Reilly
When preparing a misuse defense, product manufacturer defense attorneys should consider any human factors research conducted by the company.
By Shagha Tousi
Discover the origin and future of the lawsuits against the defective Chinese product.
Listen as Rachel Nevarez explains the concept of a fraudulent joinder and how it may be beneficial to your clients. (8:09 min)
Listen as Dan Wittenberg speaks with Sara Athen regarding her decision to make the jump from private practice to corporate law. (9:49 min)
Every young lawyer wants to impress their coworkers on their first major hearing. Listen to Nathan Hatcher's practiced advice on basic and not-so-basic preparation to ensure that it goes as you hope. (11:21 min)
Learn about the significance of the Barltett decision and its impact on the court's preemption holdings. (00:57:33)
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)
Join us for "Women of the Section of Litigation: Leading, Litigating & Connecting" in Chicago, Illinois.
Register now to learn more about Early Case Assessment, a valuable tool for lawyers when advising clients on potential risks at the start of a litigation, or even before any suits are filed.
Join us for the CLE presented by the Section of Litigation Products Liability, Mass Torts, and Environmental Subcommittees in Park City, Utah.
The YLS monthly call will take place on the first Tuesday of November, January, March, May, July at 3 p.m. Eastern time.
The WIPL monthly call will take place on the third Tuesday November, January, March, May, July at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time.
The Pharmaceutical, Medical Device & Biotech Subcommittee bi-monthly conference call will take place on the third Wednesday of June, August, October and December at 4:00 pm ET. The dial-in number for the call is 1-866-646-6488. The passcode is 484-864-7273.
The CP monthly call will take place on the third Wednesday of every month at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time. The dial-in number for the call is 1-855-888-6338. The passcode is 545442.
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