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COVID-19 | May 26, 2020

Covid 19 – Unemployment and Severance Package

Tens of millions of people across the United States have lost their jobs or been laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This has been an unprecedented national health and economic crisis. Many people have questions about unemployment insurance, particularly whether or not they can collect unemployment if they have received a severance package after being laid off. This topic can be complicated to understand, and whether

COVID-19 | May 26, 2020

COVID-19 & Apartment Buildings – Should I Take the Elevator or the Stairs?

The COVID-19 pandemic has completely altered the way of life for most people in this country. Most of us have been under some sort of quarantine or stay at home order over the last few months, but the economy has slowly started to open up. Now, as more people begin to venture outside of their homes and resume some of their daily activities, it is important to

Class Actions, Product Recalls | May 11, 2020

Zantac Cancer Lawsuits on the Rise

When you see “FDA approved” on medicine, you think it’s safe. Sometimes, though, that isn’t the case. Zantac received its FDA approval in 1983, and it took 36 years for people to realize that it causes cancer. By the time the FDA issued a recall in 2020, millions of people were exposed to N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) from Zantac. NDMA is a known carcinogen responsible for almost two

Firm News | April 28, 2020

Talc Lawsuit Update

Talc Lawsuit Update: New Jersey Judge’s Ruling Paves the Way for 16,000+ Lawsuits by Cancer Patients and Families

Talc Cancer Lawsuit

After it became publicized in recent years that there could be a causal link between talc powder and ovarian cancer, more than 16,000 lawsuits against talc manufacturer Johnson & Johnson have piled up. The U.S. Department of Justice has also launched a criminal investigation into the matter, Bloomberg reported.