Case Updates

Attorneys File Motion to Consolidate Paraquat Cases

Environmental Health News reports that a motion was filed April 7 with the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation to consolidate more than a dozen …

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ERCOT Seeking MDL for Texas Winter Storm Cases

Texas’s primary electrical grid operator, The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), has filed a motion seeking consolidation of 35 cases stemming from the February …

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3M Earplug MDL Now Largest in History

With nearly 230,000 pending actions, the 3M military earplug multidistrict litigation (MDL) has grown in just two years to be the largest MDL in history …

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USC Agrees to $1.1B Settlement

The Los Angeles Times reports that University of Southern California (USC) has agreed to pay more than $1.1 billion to former patients of campus gynecologist …

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Documents Show Syngenta Knew of Gramaxone Safety Issues

Recently obtained corporate documents show that Syngenta and its predecessor corporate entities had been discussing the safety of its Gramoxone paraquat-based products and suggest that …

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PFAS-Related Litigation Not Expected to Slow Down

According to an American Bar Association report, PFAS-related litigation is not expected to slow down any time soon. For the latter half of the twentieth …

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Essure Linked to almost 12K Injuries, Bayer Reports

Bayer recently posted its second quarterly Essure adverse event information report, which shows that the recalled contraceptive implant has been linked to 11,830 serious injuries, …

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Environmental Groups Accuse Chevron of False Environmental Claims

A group of three environmental groups are accusing Chevron of false advertising by overstating its investment in renewable energy and actions to slow greenhouse gas …

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California AG Sues Brookdale Senior Living over Medicare Reports

California’s attorney general and other prosecutors filed a lawsuit against Brookdale Senior Living, the country’s largest nursing home chain, accusing it of submitting false information …

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Texas Leaders Want Disputed Energy Charges Cut

Leaders in Texas are considering a bill that would cut $5.1 billion in energy charges that are under disputed related to the massive power outages …

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