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The Big Pharma won the second Xarelto bellwether trial

The second Xarelto bellwether trial ended with a victory for the defendants Johnson & Johnson and Bayer AG. The federal jury's verdict confirmed the decision of the first trial, clearing the manufacturers of any liability for the serious injuries suffered by...

Is there a conspiracy behind the Xarelto lawsuits?

Authoritative and influential individuals recently spoke to the news about a potential Xarelto lawsuit conspiracy. Is there any truth behind their words? The Xarelto MDL is one of the largest litigation in the recent American history, racking up to 18,000 lawsuits...

Judge chose four plaintiff experts in upcoming Xarelto trial

Honorable Judge Eldon E. Fallon recently chose four experts as witnesses during the upcoming Xarelto trial that has been scheduled for April 24, 2017. Defendants Bayer and Janssen tried to exclude them from providing testimony on behalf of the almost 17,000 plaintiffs...

Xarelto first bellwether trial pushed to April 2017

The first Xarelto bellwether trial has been pushed by another month and is now scheduled to begin in April 2017. This is the third time both parties agree to reschedule the four trials which are now set to begin in April, May, June and July. Last time the trial was...

Woman files Abilify Lawsuit after becoming a gambling addict

A woman from Colorado recently filed a lawsuit claiming that she developed an unmanageable gambling addiction that ruined her life after she started Abilify treatment. As reported by The Daily Beast, Lucy started taking her medication shortly after she had to witness...

Invokana Lawsuits have been centralized in the MDL No. 2750

After a large number of plaintiffs had filed an Invokana lawsuit the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) centralized 55 cases in a new Multidistrict Litigation (MDL). To speed up proceedings and help the attorneys efficiently coordinate trials, testimony...

New study sheds light on IVC filters’ dangerousness

A new study sheds light on the Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) filters' alleged dangerousness, further substantiating the allegations of those who recently filed a lawsuit. The research was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Surgery on January...