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Warner Bros. on another D&D movie based on Chainmail, a board game from Dungeons & Dragons designer Gary Gygax . In response, Hasbro couldn't license Universal Pictures to make a D&D film. In August, a judge denied Sweetpea's summary judgment motion ,
was good for the defendant drug manufacturers and for product liability defendants in the affected jurisdictions, but bad for the two plaintiffs on appeal and the other Plavix plaintiffs in the pipeline. One of our first posts was on the district
The court came to the same result applying California law in Hanhan v...Ohio Nov. 5, 2013). In Hanhan , the plaintiff was another contraceptive patch user, and like the plaintiff in Miller , she alleged a blood clot that she blamed on the product.
brought a negligence claim against the manufacturer of her husband's defibrillator. The defibrillator, a Class III PMA medical device, was implanted in 1997 and upgraded in 2004. In 2006, plaintiff's husband began experiencing a problem with the
Rick Egan The Salt Lake Tribune) Karen Archer (left) and Kate Call (right) talk about how Wednesday's US Supreme Court decision will affect their lawsuit challenging Utah's Amendment 3, Thursday, June 27, 2013...The Salt Lake Tribune First Published
Report and Recommendation adopted Sept. 23, 2013), reminds us of walking down a long corridor with numerous open doors, each leading to a jury trial on the merits of the plaintiffs' medical device product liability claims. The case is blog-worthy
Circuit Court of Appeals will hold a special sitting Tuesday, Oct. 1 at the University of Idaho College of Law in Moscow...Schroeder of Phoenix will hear appeals of decisions by the U.S...City of Coeur dAlene, in which the city appeals a district
In a new ruling, a judge has allowed the case to move forward with an upcoming trial , thus rejecting a full summary judgment...While the labels made a ridiculous effort to argue that Vimeo's policies against infringement weren't robust enough, the
Many of our posts are inspired by attorneys who relay their latest wins to us. Since we make no bones about our intention of aiding and abetting the defense cause, it is no surprise that it is usually fellow defense hacks who do the relaying.
As lawyers who usually represent defendants in serial product liability litigation, we like rules. We like deadlines. We like thorough expert discovery. While we have been known to seek some discovery extensions and have slogged through cases