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  • Roundup® Trial Ends in Another Big Loss
    Roundup® Trial Ends in Another Big Loss

    Yet another trial has ended with a verdict against Monsanto’s Roundup®, ruling in favor of individuals who were exposed to Roundup® and later diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. This time, ...

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  • 46 Confirmed Cases of Rare E. Coli Outbreak in Kentucky
    46 Confirmed Cases of Rare E. Coli Outbreak in Kentucky

    There have been at least 46 confirmed cases of E. coli in Kentucky in the first quarter of 2019, and the cause of the outbreak has been linked to consumption of ground beef. There are 109 total known ...

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  • 3M Defective Earplug Lawsuits Consolidated for Multidistrict Litigation in Florida
    3M Defective Earplug Lawsuits Consolidated for Multidistrict Litigation in Florida

    In a previous blog , we reported on how the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation was considering arguments regarding the consolidation of lawsuits filed against 3M for its alleged defective ...

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  • Jury Decides $80 Million Verdict Against Monsanto in Federal Court
    Jury Decides $80 Million Verdict Against Monsanto in Federal Court

    On March 27th, a federal jury returned a plaintiff’s verdict exceeding $80 million against Roundup® manufacturer, Monsanto. This was the 2 nd trial in the Roundup® litigation which contends the ...

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  • Multistate 3M Defective Earplug Litigation Moves Toward Consolidation
    Multistate 3M Defective Earplug Litigation Moves Toward Consolidation

    Previous entries of our blog have examined 3M’s allegedly defective earplugs and the resulting injuries that our military service members suffered as a result of using them. As of the date of this ...

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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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