Is it Possible to File a Business Interruption Claim Due to COVID-19?

COVID-19 presents an uncertain situation for large and small businesses alike. With government orders and a smaller customer base during the pandemic, many busi...

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Johnson and Johnson Recall Baby Powder

On October 18, 2019, a single batch of baby powder made by Johnson and Johnson was voluntarily recalled. The FDA stated the product tested positive for asbestos...

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North Carolina Becomes First State to Sue E-Cigarette Company JUUL

JUUL is an electronic cigarette company that has taken over the e-cigarette industry in recent years, representing nearly 55% of the market. While supporters ar...

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Bard Ordered to Pay $68 Million in Defective Transvaginal Mesh Case

The New Jersey Bergen County Superior Court recently ruled in favor of 70-year old Mary McGinnis, granting her $68 million for injuries sustained from a transva...

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The Truth about Civil Lawsuits

The civil justice system in the United States was created to compensate people who were harmed by companies or individuals. The system has been well-utilized in...

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