Six Monsanto Roundup Cancer Trials Set for January

After several months out of the headlines, lawyers for both sides of the nationwide Roundup cancer litigation are gearing up for overlapping trials in the new year as several more cancer patients seek to blame Monsanto for their diseases. Six trials are currently set to take place starting in January, with one in February, two … Continue reading “Six Monsanto Roundup Cancer Trials Set for January”

From Building Materials to Bathroom Powders: How Talc Continues to Drive Asbestos Litigation

Talcum powder lawsuits say manufacturers knew their talc was contaminated by asbestos and could cause mesothelioma and ovarian cancer, but did nothing to warn consumers about this product risk. Instead, manufacturers concealed the dangers from the public. A bombshell report by Reuters news agency in late 2018 revealed that Johnson & Johnson (J&J) knew for decades … Continue reading “From Building Materials to Bathroom Powders: How Talc Continues to Drive Asbestos Litigation”

See the Email Trail Showing Influence Peddling by Press Association to Bayer

Journalists around the globe have reacted with outrage to revelations published in The Guardian  this week that show Thanos Dimadis, the former executive director of the Foreign Press Foundation, offered an unusual arrangement to Bayer AG that called for using the press organization, which is dedicated to protecting a free press, in ways that would … Continue reading “See the Email Trail Showing Influence Peddling by Press Association to Bayer”

Litigation Update: Zantac Developments

The Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) is expected to consider creating an MDL for the Zantac litigation at its upcoming hearing in early December. Considering that Zantac (ranitidine) has been on the market for decades and was so widely-used, the number of potential claimants is expected to be significant. Contrary to the recent FDA … Continue reading “Litigation Update: Zantac Developments”

Litigation Update: JUUL Sued by NY and CA

JUUL’s legal woes continue to mount with the latest announcements that California and New York have filed suit against the e-cigarette company. On Monday, November 18th state Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced California had filed suit against JUUL for its marketing practices and failure to warn about exposure to chemicals linked to cancer, among other … Continue reading “Litigation Update: JUUL Sued by NY and CA”

Mark Eveland Interviewed by ROI NJ on Human Trafficking

Lawyers: Firms must be part of solution to human trafficking, lest they be part of problem Published by roi-nj.com Written by Brett Johnson Mark Eveland runs a company in the legal sector, but he knows at least one thing about good public relations: Any association with one of the world’s worst criminal enterprises isn’t it. … Continue reading “Mark Eveland Interviewed by ROI NJ on Human Trafficking”

Cornell Alliance for Science is a PR Campaign for the Agrichemical Industry

Despite its academic-sounding name and affiliation with an Ivy League Institution, the Cornell Alliance for Science is a public relations campaign to promote genetically engineered foods and pesticides. With $12 million in funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Cornell Alliance for Science claims to be working to “restore the importance of scientific evidence in decision-making,” however, … Continue reading “Cornell Alliance for Science is a PR Campaign for the Agrichemical Industry”

Cancer Taking Toll As New Roundup Trials Near

For the last five years, Chris Stevick has helped his wife Elaine in her battle against a vicious type of cancer that the couple believes was caused by Elaine’s repeated use of Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide around a California property the couple owned. Now the roles are reversed as Elaine must help Chris face his own … Continue reading “Cancer Taking Toll As New Roundup Trials Near”

Litigation Update: J&J Talc Recall

Late last month Johnson & Johnson announced a voluntary recall of approximately 33,000 bottles of its baby powder after the FDA reported finding chrysotile asbestos in the product. While J&J maintains that “thousands of tests over the past 40 years repeatedly confirm that our consumer talc products do not contain asbestos”, it appears that the … Continue reading “Litigation Update: J&J Talc Recall”

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