September 2014

Consumer Drug Safety
Defective Medical Devices

Doctors Seek to Ban Laparoscopsis Power Morcellator Devices

Laparoscopis power morcellators are devices used in minimally invasive surgical procedures. The devices cut tissue into smaller pieces to make… Read More

Consumer Drug Safety
Defective Medical Devices

Johnson & Johnson to Appeal $3.27 Million Pelvic Mesh Implant Jury Verdict

A Federal jury recently determined Johnson & Johnson knew about the defective design of its vaginal mesh implant and is… Read More

Consumer Drug Safety
Defective Drugs

Unresolved Yaz and Yasmin Lawsuits to Be Tried Beginning May 2015

Since 2009, Bayer – the developer of the now controversial Yaz/Yasmin birth control pills – has paid out approximately $1.7… Read More

Consumer Drug Safety
Defective Drugs

Takeda & Eli Lilly Fail to Overturn $9 Billion Actos Award

In April of this year, one of the largest damages verdicts in US history was imposed on Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly… Read More

Consumer Drug Safety
Defective Medical Devices

New Study Confirms Link Between Cancer and Power Morcellator Use in Hysterectomies

During a hysterectomy or myomectomy procedure, a power morcellator can be used to cut large portions of uterine tissue into… Read More