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    • Widows of Virginia State Police troopers killed in 2017 Charlottesville helicopter crash file separate wrongful death lawsuits

      In continuing coverage, the AP (8/14) reports that, according to the Daily Progress, Amanda Bates and Karen Cullen, the widows of Virginia State Police (VSP) troopers H. Jay Cullen and Berke M.M. ...

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    • Dean Gresham Named as One of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine 2018

      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 2018. This is the ninth consecutive year he has been selected, and he is ...

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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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    • "Serious, Deadly Injury” Cited in Roundup Cancer Appeal

      A California appeals court should reject efforts by Monsanto to overturn a jury verdict awarding millions of dollars to a school groundskeeper and approve $250 million in punitive damages the jury ...

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    • NCAA Concussion Class Settlement Worth $75M

      The National Collegiate Athletic Association will spend $75 million to resolve a class action over collegiate athletes’ brain injuries under a settlement that won final court approval. The $70 million ...

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    • FDA issues warning about health risks of “Miracle Mineral Supplement”

      On Monday, the FDA issued a warning about “a solution of bleach sold as a ‘Miracle Mineral Supplement’” that “has been touted as an unproven, so-called cure to multiple ailments, including cancer, ...

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    • Cisco to pay $8.6M for defective surveillance software

      Cisco agreed today to pay $8.6 million to settle a legal case brought forward by a former contractor who accused the company of failing to fix several security flaws and continuing to sell vulnerable ...

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    • Dean Gresham Named as One of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine 2018

      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 2018. This is the ninth consecutive year he has been selected, and he is ...

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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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    • "Serious, Deadly Injury” Cited in Roundup Cancer Appeal

      A California appeals court should reject efforts by Monsanto to overturn a jury verdict awarding millions of dollars to a school groundskeeper and approve $250 million in punitive damages the jury ...

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    • FDA issues warning about health risks of “Miracle Mineral Supplement”

      On Monday, the FDA issued a warning about “a solution of bleach sold as a ‘Miracle Mineral Supplement’” that “has been touted as an unproven, so-called cure to multiple ailments, including cancer, ...

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    • Accused Capital One hacker may have hit 30 other companies

      If you have been affected by an online data breach, attorney Dean Gresham is here to help. Contact him today for a free consultation. (Bloomberg) -- The Seattle woman accused of hacking into Capital ...

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    • "Serious, Deadly Injury” Cited in Roundup Cancer Appeal

      A California appeals court should reject efforts by Monsanto to overturn a jury verdict awarding millions of dollars to a school groundskeeper and approve $250 million in punitive damages the jury ...

      Read More
    • Widows of Virginia State Police troopers killed in 2017 Charlottesville helicopter crash file separate wrongful death lawsuits

      In continuing coverage, the AP (8/14) reports that, according to the Daily Progress, Amanda Bates and Karen Cullen, the widows of Virginia State Police (VSP) troopers H. Jay Cullen and Berke M.M. ...

      Read More
    • NCAA Concussion Class Settlement Worth $75M

      The National Collegiate Athletic Association will spend $75 million to resolve a class action over collegiate athletes’ brain injuries under a settlement that won final court approval. The $70 million ...

      Read More
    • Accused Capital One hacker may have hit 30 other companies

      If you have been affected by an online data breach, attorney Dean Gresham is here to help. Contact him today for a free consultation. (Bloomberg) -- The Seattle woman accused of hacking into Capital ...

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    • Dean Gresham Named as One of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine 2018

      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 2018. This is the ninth consecutive year he has been selected, and he is ...

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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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    • 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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    • Dean Gresham Named as One of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine 2018

      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 2018. 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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    • DNA test kits revealed Cincinnati fertility clinic used stranger’s sperm

      The Columbus (OH) Dispatch (8/7, Viviano, 367K) reports a central Ohio family “is suing a Cincinnati fertility clinic, hospital and lab, saying that DNA kits purchased as Christmas gifts revealed that ...

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    • Dean Gresham Named as One of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine 2018

      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 2018. This is the ninth consecutive year he has been selected, and he is ...

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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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    • "Serious, Deadly Injury” Cited in Roundup Cancer Appeal

      A California appeals court should reject efforts by Monsanto to overturn a jury verdict awarding millions of dollars to a school groundskeeper and approve $250 million in punitive damages the jury ...

      Read More
    • Kroger on hook for $81M after customer shot and paralyzed

      A Georgia jury awarded $81 million to a customer of Kroger who was robbed and shot multiple times in the parking lot in January 2015. The store had acknowledged the need for a dedicated security ...

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    • Widows of Virginia State Police troopers killed in 2017 Charlottesville helicopter crash file separate wrongful death lawsuits

      In continuing coverage, the AP (8/14) reports that, according to the Daily Progress, Amanda Bates and Karen Cullen, the widows of Virginia State Police (VSP) troopers H. Jay Cullen and Berke M.M. ...

      Read More
    • FDA issues warning about health risks of “Miracle Mineral Supplement”

      On Monday, the FDA issued a warning about “a solution of bleach sold as a ‘Miracle Mineral Supplement’” that “has been touted as an unproven, so-called cure to multiple ailments, including cancer, ...

      Read More
    • Jury awards $13.25M in psych facility sexual misconduct trial

      A jury awarded $13.25 million to three women who said an Aurora Vista del Mar Hospital employee had sexual contact with them while they were patients at the Ventura psychiatric facility. The jurors ...

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    • Pharmaceutical companies use big spending, deceptive tactics to market risky drugs, report says

      In an over 3,400 word article, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (8/7, Fauber, 10.31M) reports on how pharmaceutical companies market risky prescription drugs to physicians and patients with big spending ...

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    • Accused Capital One hacker may have hit 30 other companies

      If you have been affected by an online data breach, attorney Dean Gresham is here to help. Contact him today for a free consultation. (Bloomberg) -- The Seattle woman accused of hacking into Capital ...

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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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    • Atlanta couple fights to have daughter recognized as U.S. citizen

      Derek Mize and Jonathan Gregg got married in New York City in 2015, just weeks before a U.S. Supreme Court decision made same-sex marriage legal across the nation. The couple wanted to be parents and ...

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    • DNA test kits revealed Cincinnati fertility clinic used stranger’s sperm

      The Columbus (OH) Dispatch (8/7, Viviano, 367K) reports a central Ohio family “is suing a Cincinnati fertility clinic, hospital and lab, saying that DNA kits purchased as Christmas gifts revealed that ...

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    • Manhattan Cryobank Didn't Properly Screen for Genetic Diseases: Lawsuit by Gresham Says

      Thousands of children conceived with the help of a Manhattan sperm bank could be vulnerable to to horrible genetic diseases thanks to a botched screening process, a new federal lawsuit charges. ...

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    • "Serious, Deadly Injury” Cited in Roundup Cancer Appeal

      A California appeals court should reject efforts by Monsanto to overturn a jury verdict awarding millions of dollars to a school groundskeeper and approve $250 million in punitive damages the jury ...

      Read More
    • FDA investigating 127 reports of seizures potentially linked to vaping

      Fox News (8/8, Farber, 27.59M) reports in continuing coverage, “The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday announced it is investigating 127 reports of seizures occurring after vaping or ...

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    • Lowe's Sued For Selling Roundup Without Cancer Warning

      A Lowe's shopper has filed a proposed class action in California federal court claiming the retailer sold Monsanto's popular weedkiller Roundup in stores across the country while failing to warn ...

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    • $140 million settlement reached in 18-wheeler crash

      A multi-million dollar settlement has been reached in a 2017 case involving a driver who was rendered a quadriplegic when he was struck by an 18-wheeler. Evidence was presented during the course of ...

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    • Dean Gresham Named as One of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine 2018

      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 2018. This is the ninth consecutive year he has been selected, and he is ...

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    • 5 Children Headed to Disney World Were Killed by Trucker

      Dean Gresham represented the families of a tragic tractor-trailer wreck that killed ten and injured 7 outside of Sherman, TX. Now, a horrific central Florida highway crash that took the lives of two ...

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    • Nissan agrees to pay $1.5 million to estate of dead 18-year-old

      The AP (8/7) reports Nissan Motor Co. “has agreed to pay $1.5 million to the estate of an 18-year-old who died in the crash of a car that lacked side-curtain air bags.” The State “reports Nissan Motor ...

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    • Dean Gresham Named as One of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine 2018

      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 2018. This is the ninth consecutive year he has been selected, and he is ...

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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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    • Cisco to pay $8.6M for defective surveillance software

      Cisco agreed today to pay $8.6 million to settle a legal case brought forward by a former contractor who accused the company of failing to fix several security flaws and continuing to sell vulnerable ...

      Read More
    • Dean Gresham Named as One of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine 2018

      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 2018. This is the ninth consecutive year he has been selected, and he is ...

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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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    • "Serious, Deadly Injury” Cited in Roundup Cancer Appeal

      A California appeals court should reject efforts by Monsanto to overturn a jury verdict awarding millions of dollars to a school groundskeeper and approve $250 million in punitive damages the jury ...

      Read More
    • Kroger on hook for $81M after customer shot and paralyzed

      A Georgia jury awarded $81 million to a customer of Kroger who was robbed and shot multiple times in the parking lot in January 2015. The store had acknowledged the need for a dedicated security ...

      Read More
    • Widows of Virginia State Police troopers killed in 2017 Charlottesville helicopter crash file separate wrongful death lawsuits

      In continuing coverage, the AP (8/14) reports that, according to the Daily Progress, Amanda Bates and Karen Cullen, the widows of Virginia State Police (VSP) troopers H. Jay Cullen and Berke M.M. ...

      Read More