Blog Posts in January, 2019

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  • Tort Reform Strikes Back: The Push for a Constitutional Amendment
    Tort Reform Strikes Back: The Push for a Constitutional Amendment

    On December 13, 2018, Senator Ralph Alvarado prefiled a bill for the Kentucky General Assembly’s 2019 regular session proposing to amend the Kentucky State Constitution to allow laws that limit tort ...

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  • 3M Pays Out $9 Million for Defective Combat Earplugs
    3M Pays Out $9 Million for Defective Combat Earplugs

    The contracting company 3M has agreed to pay out $9.1 million to settle allegations that it sold defective earplugs to the United States military. The case alleged that 3M did not disclose to the ...

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  • Defective Earplugs Supplied to U.S. Military By 3M Cause Permanent Hearing Loss
    Defective Earplugs Supplied to U.S. Military By 3M Cause Permanent Hearing Loss

    It is alleged that 3M’s dual-ended Combat Arms Earplugs (Version 2 (CAEv2)) were sold to the United States Military without 3M disclosing design or manufacturing defects that reduced the earplugs’ ...

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  • Neocate® Infant Formula & Bone Injuries
    Neocate® Infant Formula & Bone Injuries

    Neocate® Infant Formula is a hypoallergenic, amino acid-based product that is often recommended for children who cannot digest cow milk or have certain food allergies. However, it is now alleged that ...

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  • Louisville Personal Injury Lawyer Rated A+ by Better Business Bureau
    Louisville Personal Injury Lawyer Rated A+ by Better Business Bureau

    Brett H. Oppenheimer, PLLC Earns Highest Rating from BBB Brett H. Oppenheimer, a top personal injury attorney in Louisville , recently earned an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). BBB is ...

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