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Jessica Dye

Week Ahead in Products Liability: Sept. 12, 2016

Sep 12 2016

Here are some upcoming events of interest to the products liability community. All times local.

St. Jude's lawsuit against short-seller faces steep climb: lawyers

Sep 07 2016

St. Jude Medical will face an uphill battle in its corporate defamation lawsuit over a short-seller's report that said the medical device company's heart implants were vulnerable to cyber attacks, lawyers familiar with such cases said.

St. Jude's lawsuit against short-seller faces steep climb -lawyers

Sep 07 2016

St. Jude Medical will face an uphill battle in its corporate defamation lawsuit over a short-seller's report that said the medical device company's heart implants were vulnerable to cyber attacks, lawyers familiar with such cases said.

St. Jude's lawsuit against short-seller faces steep climb -lawyers

Sep 07 2016

Sept 7 St. Jude Medical will face an uphill battle in its corporate defamation lawsuit over a short-seller's report that said the medical device company's heart implants were vulnerable to cyber attacks, lawyers familiar with such cases said.

Week Ahead in Products Liability: Sept. 5, 2016

Sep 06 2016

Here are some upcoming events of interest to the products liability community. All times local.

DuPont must face bellwethers over chemical cancer claims -judge

Sep 02 2016

A federal judge in Ohio has rejected DuPont's bid to postpone two upcoming bellwether trials involving men who say they developed testicular cancer from exposure to a chemical leaked from one of the company's plants.

8th Circuit upholds fee contribution from $92 mln GMO settlement

Sep 01 2016

A federal appeals court has ruled that plaintiffs' lawyers leading federal multidistrict litigation against Bayer CropScience over genetically modified rice are entitled to 10 percent of a $92 million settlement the company struck with a farmers' co-op in state court.

Judge tosses cases over teamaker's antioxidant claims

Aug 31 2016

A federal judge in California has ruled for teamaker R.C. Bigelow in a pair of lawsuits accusing it of duping consumers into thinking its green and black tea products were full of health-boosting antioxidants.

California high court gives green light to out-of-state plaintiffs

Aug 30 2016

The California Supreme Court has ruled non-residents can bring claims over Bristol-Myers Squibb's blood thinner Plavix in the state's courts, finding the corporation's national marketing campaign and sales in the state subjected it to specific jurisdiction.

Week Ahead in Products Liability: Aug. 29, 2016

Aug 29 2016

Here are some upcoming events of interest to the products liability community. All times local.

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