Bradley is pleased to announce that three of the firm’s attorneys, Justin K. Brown, Stephanie M. Hoffmann, and Janus Pan, have been selected to participate in the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) Leadership Development Program (LDP).
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, a full-service law firm with over 400 attorneys in 16 offices, announced that the Chambers High Net Worth Guide recognized the Firm as Band 1 for Private Wealth Law in Maryland.
CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) - Stepping forcefully into a debate that has been brewing since private lawyers first started recruiting local governments to sue the opioid industry, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and the National Association of Attorneys General have urged the federal judge overseeing multidistrict litigation to reject a proposed “negotiation class” consisting of every city and county in the country.
LOS ANGELES (Legal Newsline) – A California woman recently filed a class action complaint against Welch’s alleging the beverage and foods company failed to warn consumers about lead and arsenic in its products.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Legal Newsline) – An Illinois man and a professional corporation are seeking to confirm an arbitration award stemming from an alleged breach of collaboration and employment agreement.
NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – A class of consumers alleges Starbucks locations in Manhattan are using a pesticide that contains a chemical that is poisonous to humans and should not be used in restaurants.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Legal Newsline) – Earlier this week, a federal judge in Rhode Island became sent a climate change lawsuit against energy companies back to state court, rejecting the notion that federal courts have jurisdiction in the matter.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – When a House subcommittee holds a hearing Wednesday on the history of chemicals known as PFAS, companies that used them in their products figure to get bashed, considering the witness list is full of activists and regulators, as well as a researcher used by plaintiffs lawyers as an expert.
TRENTON, N.J. – The fate of about 12,000 lawsuits claiming Johnson & Johnson’s talc-containing baby powder causes women to develop both ovarian cancer and mesothelioma, will be decided after eight days of expert witness testimony in a New Jersey federal court.
After an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division (WHD), Lowndes Advocacy Resource Center Inc. – operating as LARC Inc. in Valdosta, Georgia – will pay $157,473 in back wages to 130 employees for failing to meet the requirements of Section 14(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).