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Illinois NEC Baby Formula Plaintiffs Ask to Consolidate Cases

Many NEC baby formula lawsuits filed in Illinois state courts may be consolidated to simplify and speed up the process.

Why Didn’t Baby Formula Manufacturers Warn Parents of Preemies?

Studies have warned of the dangers of cow’s milk for small premature infants for years–why are parents just finding out?

Is Ranitidine Making a Comeback?

Until the spring of 2020, Zantac and generic and store brand ranitidine-based drugs were widely used to treat gastrointestinal issues such as ulcers, heartburn, and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). The drug was very popular across decades. Millions of Americans...

When Did Philips Know about CPAP Machine Issues?

There’s been a lot of activity around Philips Respironics CPAP machines and related devices such as BiPAP machines and ventilators in 2021. First, the company voluntarily recalled many models, citing concerns about the breakdown of a polyester-based foam used to...

FDA Raises Questions about Safety of Philips CPAP Repairs

In September, Philips announced a repair and replace program for CPAP machines and other devices included in the June 2021 recall. The devices were recalled over concerns that foam material used to reduce sound and vibrations could break down and enter the airway...

Countries Ban Paraquat, Ship it to U.S. and Others

Paraquat has been banned or its use severely restricted in dozens of countries around the world. But, some of those countries still allow manufacture and export of the substance to countries with laxer regulations, like the United States and many developing nations....

How Long Do I Have to File a Paraquat Lawsuit?

As of December 5, 2021, 319 cases have been consolidated in the multidistrict litigation (MDL) in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois. The number of cases continues to grow, and it’s not clear just how many plaintiffs there may be. Initially,...

The First Elmiron Vision Loss Lawsuit

Several hundred Elmiron (pentosan polysulfate sodium) vision loss lawsuits have been consolidated into multi-district litigation (MDL) and the pool of plaintiffs continues to grow. When Kimberly Pelczar filed her lawsuit just over 18 months ago, the landscape was very...

Elmiron Bellwether Cases Scheduled

With hundreds of Elmiron vision loss cases pending and new plaintiffs coming forward regularly, many Elmiron (pentosan polysulfate sodium) users who have suffered vision loss are wondering how long it will take to receive compensation. The answer to that question is...

Soldiers Have Won Three of Four 3M Combat Arms Earplug Cases

Four trials in the massive multi-district litigation (MDL) against 3M in connection with earplugs supplied to the military have wrapped, and a fifth is scheduled to begin October 18. Though 3M continues to deny any wrongdoing and to defend each case, three of four...
Is Ranitidine Making a Comeback?

Is Ranitidine Making a Comeback?

Until the spring of 2020, Zantac and generic and store brand ranitidine-based drugs were widely used to treat gastrointestinal issues such as ulcers, heartburn, and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). The drug was very popular across decades. Millions of Americans...

When Did Philips Know about CPAP Machine Issues?

There’s been a lot of activity around Philips Respironics CPAP machines and related devices such as BiPAP machines and ventilators in 2021. First, the company voluntarily recalled many models, citing concerns about the breakdown of a polyester-based foam used to...

FDA Raises Questions about Safety of Philips CPAP Repairs

In September, Philips announced a repair and replace program for CPAP machines and other devices included in the June 2021 recall. The devices were recalled over concerns that foam material used to reduce sound and vibrations could break down and enter the airway...