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How PFAS in Soil Affect Livestock in Trickle-Down Effect

How PFAS in Soil Affect Livestock in Trickle-Down Effect

| water contamination
PFAS, or Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances, are a group of chemicals that have been used in a number of industries for many years. Unfortunately, it is now becoming more understood just how harmful PFAS can be to both human health and the environment. In this blog post, we will discuss how PFAS affects livestock through…Read the article
Feds Looking Into Defective Philips CPAP Machines

Feds Looking Into Defective Philips CPAP Machines

| Pharmaceutical Litigation
About a month after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) chided Philips for its “inadequate” recall response, lawyers from the Department of Justice subpoenaed documents in the case. Royal Philips CEO Frans van Houten said his company was cooperating with the agency. “They are preparing an investigation, and we just have to accept that,” he…Read the article
Food Safety Concerns Continue in New York

Food Safety Concerns Continue in New York

| Personal Injury
Just as we were celebrating National Food Allergy Awareness Month, a report surfaced that many food packaging materials contain high levels of a dangerous chemical. The tainted packages were from large fast-food chains, like Cava, Arby’s, Nathan’s Famous, Burger King, Stop & Shop, Chick-fil-A, and Sweetgreen. These companies used PFAS to separate grease from wrappers.…Read the article
Is Baby Formula Harmful? How NEC Is Connected to Formula

Is Baby Formula Harmful? How NEC Is Connected to Formula

| Product Litigation
If you’re a parent, you may be wondering if baby formula is harmful. It’s a valid question, especially since NEC—necrotizing enterocolitis, a digestive disease primarily found in premature babies—has been connected to so many cases of baby formula toxicity. This article will explain what NEC is and how it is connected to baby formula. We’ll…Read the article
Feds Investigate Popular Breakfast Cereal

Feds Investigate Popular Breakfast Cereal

| Personal Injury
There appears to be an issue with the cereal product, Lucky Charms,  as the Food and Drug Administration said it was “reviewing and investigating” reports of adverse episodes. A consumer protection website said it had received over 1,000 complaints about problems like diarrhea, vomiting, and nausea. The company said it took “the consumer concerns reported…Read the article
What Does “FDA-Approved” Really Mean?

What Does “FDA-Approved” Really Mean?

| Pharmaceutical Litigation
When you see the term “FDA-approved” on a product, it’s easy to think that it’s been verified as safe and effective by the government agency. But what does that really mean? In this article, we’ll discuss what “FDA-approved” actually means as well as the process of getting a product, specifically pharmaceuticals, FDA-approved. Understanding the process…Read the article
The Dirty Dozen Fruits and Vegetables in New York

The Dirty Dozen Fruits and Vegetables in New York

| Environmental Litigation
Most likely, produce laced with high levels of pesticides are in your pantry or refrigerator at this very moment. Once again, spinach and strawberries topped the list of fruits and vegetables that contain the highest pesticide levels. Collard greens, mustard greens, nectarines, apples, grapes, bell peppers, hot peppers, peaches, pears, cherries, celery, and tomatoes rounded…Read the article
NY Court Orders Elmira Doctor to Face the Music

NY Court Orders Elmira Doctor to Face the Music

| Medical Malpractice
A New York doctor in charge of a midwife clinic in upstate New York must face charges that he withheld a hormone treatment, causing a baby to be born prematurely and suffer from a brain injury, according to a New York Court of Appeals. According to court documents, the doctor’s failure to administer a key…Read the article
Partner Fights Opioid Epidemic, Wins $2.5M+ Verdict

Partner Fights Opioid Epidemic, Wins $2.5M+ Verdict

| Opioid Crisis
Partner Fights Opioid Epidemic, Wins $2,575,000 Plaintiff’s Verdict Against Prescribing Physician Napoli Shkolnik partner Chris Schnieders earned a significant trial win focused on the opioid epidemic with a $2,575,000 Plaintiff’s verdict against Wichita psychiatrist Elsie Steelberg, M.D. and her practice Advocates for Behavioral Health, P.A. Plaintiff Nicholas Moon was a victim in the mass shooting…Read the article
5 Things to Know About Opioid Lawsuits in 2022

5 Things to Know About Opioid Lawsuits in 2022

| Pharmaceutical Litigation
As the opioid epidemic continues to ravage communities across the United States, more lawsuits are being filed against pharmaceutical companies for their role in creating and exacerbating the crisis. While some of these lawsuits are still in their early stages, here are a few things that you should know about them. 1. The number of…Read the article
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