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    • World Trade Center files lawsuit against airlines over Sept. 11 tragedy

      A judge has ruled that World Trade Center Properties LLC can go forward with its suit against American Airlines and United Continental Holdings Inc. over the Sept. 11 attacks that destroyed the World ...

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    • Air France Crash Victims Can't Keep Lawsuit in USA

      A California federal judge on Wednesday again ruled that multidistrict litigation over the deadly 2009 Societe Air France crash could not be maintained in the U.S., rejecting the plaintiffs' bid to ...

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    • Two Suits Over Continental Plane Crash Settled

      Two families agreed to settle wrongful-death lawsuits over the crash of Continental Airlines Connection Flight 3407, which killed 50 people. The families of John G. Roberts III and Darren Tolsma ...

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    • Audi recalls sedans due to faulty sensors

      Consumer Reports (6/18, Barry, 14.2M) reports that Audi recalled 39,249 sedans to fix a faulty sensor that may prevent the front passenger airbag from deploying. The affected vehicles include “the ...

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    • Apple faces class-action lawsuit over “defect” in Apple Watch screen.

      Venture Beat (6/7, Horwitz, 61K) reports a new lawsuit filed against Apple alleges the Apple Watch is defective by design. Filed in California, the suit “seeks class certification on behalf of all ...

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    • Family Sues Negligent Sperm Bank

      Sharine and Brian K. of Yukon, Oklahoma tried to get pregnant naturally for years with no success. Frustrated and unhopeful, they turned to a number of alternative treatments. When nothing worked, ...

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    • New TCPA Regulations for Unwanted Calls and Texts

      New TCPA Rules Effective October 16, 2013 If you have been the victim of unwanted marketing calls or text messages, contact Attorney Dean Gresham for a free case evaluation. What is the Telephone ...

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    • Citigroup, Goldman, UBS sued over mortgage-backed securities.

      SNL Financial (9/6, Vyas) reports that lawsuits were separately filed in New York State Supreme Court against Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, and UBS AG "in connection with losses on $368.7 million in ...

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    • Rulings on faulty Chinese drywall open door to claims against manufacturer

      The Fort Myers (FL) News-Press (9/6, Wozniak) reports, "New rulings by state and federal judges that say a major manufacturer of defective Chinese drywall can be held accountable in U.S. courts is ...

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    • FDA, Consumer Reports release data on arsenic levels in rice.

      Media coverage of data from two studies, showing arsenic levels in rice products sold in the US, focused primarily on Consumer Reports ' call for consumers to reject the products versus the Food and ...

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    • Bank of America to Pay $2.43B to Settle Shareholder Suit

      Bank of America says it has agreed to pay $2.43 billion to settle a class-action lawsuit related to its acquisition of Merrill Lynch at the height of the financial crisis. In the lawsuit, shareholders ...

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    • FDA Warns L'Oreal Over Anti-Aging Products

      The Wall Street Journal (9/12, B3, Dooren, Glazer, Subscription Publication) reports that in a letter dated Sept. 7, the FDA warned L'Oréal's Lancôme USA subsidiary that its online ads falsely ...

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    • Audi recalls sedans due to faulty sensors

      Consumer Reports (6/18, Barry, 14.2M) reports that Audi recalled 39,249 sedans to fix a faulty sensor that may prevent the front passenger airbag from deploying. The affected vehicles include “the ...

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    • Virginia Guardrail Systems Causing More Harm Than Good?

      A crash test revealed that the ET-Plus guardrails along the roadways might post more of a safety risk than a precaution. Virginia State funded several tests on the guardrails, which cost about $250, ...

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    • $175 Million Verdict in Trinity Industries Guardrail Case

      On October 21, 2014, a jury found Trinity Industries, the company that produces thousands of safety guardrails for highways across America, of defrauding the U.S. government and secretly changing the ...

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    • State Farm faces criminal investigation of Hurricane Katrina claims handling

      State Farm Insurance faces a new criminal investigation in TX related to how it handled potentially tens of thousands of hurricane claims there, ABC News has learned exclusively. Gregg Cox, who leads ...

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    • Merrill Investors Win Class Certification In Suit Over $16.5B In Mortgage Backed Securities

      A New York federal judge on Wednesday certified a class in a suit brought by institutional investors who claim Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. sold them $16.5 billion of mortgage-backed securities that ...

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    • Encore Captial Settles Class Action Lawsuit

      Encore Capital Group Inc. said it agreed to settle all pending class-action lawsuits accusing the nation's largest buyer of distressed consumer debt of using flawed or even phony affidavits to collect ...

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    • Dean Gresham Named to "Best Dallas Lawyers 2017" by D Magazine

      We are excited to announce our own Dean Gresham has once again been named in D Magazine’s list of the “Best Dallas Lawyers” for 2017. This is the ninth consecutive year he has been selected, and he is ...

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    • Worker Exposure to Silica during Hydraulic Fracturing

      Why is silica a concern for workers during hydraulic fracturing? Recent NIOSH field studies identified overexposure to airborne silica as a health hazard to workers. Silica dust clouds from delivery ...

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    • New York state considers undertaking fracking health study

      In the "Green" blog in the New York Times (9/1) Mireya Navarro wrote, "Late in its review process, New York state regulators are now considering an examination of the potential public health effects ...

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    • A Lawyer's Perspective on Genetic Screening Performed by Cryobanks

      As a lawyer practicing in the area of sperm bank litigation, I have, unfortunately, represented too many couples that conceived a child with donor sperm that was later born with a genetic disease that ...

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    • Apple sanctioned for discvory abuse in audio patent lawsuit

      A Texas federal judge presiding over Personal Audio LLC's patent infringement suit against Apple Inc. slapped the computer giant with a fine Tuesday for producing documents and other evidence on the ...

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    • Audi recalls sedans due to faulty sensors

      Consumer Reports (6/18, Barry, 14.2M) reports that Audi recalled 39,249 sedans to fix a faulty sensor that may prevent the front passenger airbag from deploying. The affected vehicles include “the ...

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    • J&J targeted in trial over claims that its talc contains asbestos.

      Bloomberg News (6/6, Feeley, Fisk, 4.46M) reports Johnson & Johnson is facing a new lawsuit in a Missouri court in which 22 women aim “to link their illnesses to exposure to asbestos in the company’s ...

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    • Florida drivers more at risk of injury from faulty Takata airbags.

      The WJCT-FM Jacksonville, FL (6/7, Turken, 3K) website reports that Heidi King, the Deputy Administrator for the NHTSA, warned that Florida residents are more at risk of injury and death from faulty ...

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    • J&J targeted in trial over claims that its talc contains asbestos.

      Bloomberg News (6/6, Feeley, Fisk, 4.46M) reports Johnson & Johnson is facing a new lawsuit in a Missouri court in which 22 women aim “to link their illnesses to exposure to asbestos in the company’s ...

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    • Lawsuit filed against Sperm Bank

      An Illinois man has filed a lawsuit against the Northwestern Memorial Hospitaland Northwestern Medical Faculty, claiming their cryopreservation tanks irreversibly damaged frozen sperm he had stored ...

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    • Fungal meningitis fatality toll rises to 19

      Reuters (10/18, Morgan, Herbst-Bayliss) reports that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention posted an update Wednesday, indicating that four more deaths related to the fungal meningitis ...

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    • Health Net Inc. reveals security breach affecting 1.9 million enrollees

      The Los Angeles Times (3/14) "Money & Company" blog reported that the California Department of Managed Health Care has "opened an investigation into the security practices of insurer Health Net Inc. ...

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    • Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Farmville Creator -- Zygna

      A scene from 'FarmVille.' CAPTION Zynga A class-action lawsuit was filed Monday in a federal court in San Francisco accusing FarmVille creator Zynga of "illegally sharing the Facebook user data of its ...

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    • A Lawyer's Perspective on Genetic Screening Performed by Cryobanks

      As a lawyer practicing in the area of sperm bank litigation, I have, unfortunately, represented too many couples that conceived a child with donor sperm that was later born with a genetic disease that ...

      Read More
    • J&J targeted in trial over claims that its talc contains asbestos.

      Bloomberg News (6/6, Feeley, Fisk, 4.46M) reports Johnson & Johnson is facing a new lawsuit in a Missouri court in which 22 women aim “to link their illnesses to exposure to asbestos in the company’s ...

      Read More
    • Worker Exposure to Silica during Hydraulic Fracturing

      Why is silica a concern for workers during hydraulic fracturing? Recent NIOSH field studies identified overexposure to airborne silica as a health hazard to workers. Silica dust clouds from delivery ...

      Read More
    • Spray Foam Insulation remains "Toxic" after installation

      CN) - The manufacturer and installer of spray polyurethane foam cannot dismiss claims that the allegedly carcinogenic insulation "remains toxic" after installation, a federal judge ruled. After ...

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    • Audi recalls sedans due to faulty sensors

      Consumer Reports (6/18, Barry, 14.2M) reports that Audi recalled 39,249 sedans to fix a faulty sensor that may prevent the front passenger airbag from deploying. The affected vehicles include “the ...

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    • GMC recalls 2018 Terrain SUVs over sensing diagnostic module issue.

      MLive (MI) (6/7, Raven, 983K) reports that GMC recalled more than 88,000 2018 Terrain SUVs “due to an issue with the system responsible for detecting a crash and deploying the necessary air bags.” ...

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    • NTSB preliminary report: Tesla SUV in California accelerated before crashing into freeway barrier.

      The AP (6/7, Krisher) reports that according to the NTSB’s preliminary report on the March 23 crash of a Tesla SUV equipped with the Autopilot system, the SUV “accelerated just before crashing into a ...

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    • Audi recalls sedans due to faulty sensors

      Consumer Reports (6/18, Barry, 14.2M) reports that Audi recalled 39,249 sedans to fix a faulty sensor that may prevent the front passenger airbag from deploying. The affected vehicles include “the ...

      Read More
    • Florida drivers more at risk of injury from faulty Takata airbags.

      The WJCT-FM Jacksonville, FL (6/7, Turken, 3K) website reports that Heidi King, the Deputy Administrator for the NHTSA, warned that Florida residents are more at risk of injury and death from faulty ...

      Read More
    • GMC recalls 2018 Terrain SUVs over sensing diagnostic module issue.

      MLive (MI) (6/7, Raven, 983K) reports that GMC recalled more than 88,000 2018 Terrain SUVs “due to an issue with the system responsible for detecting a crash and deploying the necessary air bags.” ...

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    • $175 Million Verdict in Trinity Industries Guardrail Case

      On October 21, 2014, a jury found Trinity Industries, the company that produces thousands of safety guardrails for highways across America, of defrauding the U.S. government and secretly changing the ...

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    • Meningitis Outbreak Grows

      The number of people sickened by a nationwide meningitis outbreak has risen to at least 91 patients in nine states, with seven deaths, health officials said Sunday, and potentially hundreds more could ...

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    • IRS Whistleblower Awarded $104 million

      The AP (9/12) reports that the IRS has "awarded an ex-banker $104 million for providing information about overseas tax cheats - the largest amount ever awarded by the agency." Bradley Birkenfeld ...

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    • Audi recalls sedans due to faulty sensors

      Consumer Reports (6/18, Barry, 14.2M) reports that Audi recalled 39,249 sedans to fix a faulty sensor that may prevent the front passenger airbag from deploying. The affected vehicles include “the ...

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    • NTSB sends investigators to look at Tesla Model S explosion

      In continuing coverage, ABC World News Tonight (6/18, story 6, 1:25, Muir, 14.63M) reported that NTSB is sending investigators to look at a Tesla Model S that exploded in Los Angeles. The LA County ...

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    • Hot Air Balloon Crashes Due to Pilot with Drunk-Driving Record

      On August 1, a hot air balloon crashed near Lockhart, Texas, killing 16 people in perhaps the worst national incident of its kind. The balloon made contact with high-tension power lines and then ...

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