Cardinal McCarrick Scandal Haunts Catholic Church Hierarchy   
Pedophile Priest Ran Sex Ring from Beach House [caption id="attachment_38256" align="alignright" width="300"] Pope Francis touches boys at St. Peter's Square.[/caption] The Cardinal Theodore McCarrick scandal haunts the Catholic church hierarchy as sex abuse lawsuits
OxyContin Maker fined $8 billion
New York – The maker of the highly addictive drug OxyContin has agreed to plead guilty to three federal criminal charges for its substantial role in creating the nation's ongoing opioid crisis.  Purdue Pharma will
Google Sued in Antitrust Case
  The United States Government filed suit today against Google in what may well become an historic antitrust case. The filing accuses Google, the world’s largest tech giant, of violating antitrust law to stifle
New Jersey Covid Business Interruption Claim Proceeds
A second judge ruled recently that a policyholder’s Covid-19 business-interruption claim could proceed in New Jersey. At least six other state and federal judges have dismissed similar lawsuits. Bergen County Superior Court Judge Michael
Zantac Cancer Lawsuits Update – November 2020
Hundreds of Zantac cancer lawsuits have now been filed in state courts across the country or in federal multi-district litigation court (MDL) set up in Florida. Hundreds more, or even thousands of Zantac lawsuits
Boy Scouts of America Lawsuits Highlight Brutal Negligence
Boy Scouts of America lawsuits highlight the BSA’s brutal negligence. Legal discovery in the suits filed show that the Boy Scouts of America not only covered up crimes against children, but also allowed known
Florida Covid Business Interruption Case Survives Dismissal
Gynecologist's Insurance Suit Survives A federal judge in Florida last week denied an insurer's bid to dismiss a lawsuit by a gynecologist's office which alleged an insurance company wrongfully denied coverage of losses caused
California bans Pesticide linked to Brain Damage
California has banned a pesticide liked to brain damage and other harms to children. Chlorpyrifos pesticide has been linked to brain damage in children and other health problems for at least 20 years. By
Boy Scouts Lawsuits Deadline Approaches
(September 17, 2020) – A deadline for filing lawsuits against Boy Scouts USA for sex abuse fast approaches. Nov. 16, 2020 is the deadline set for filing a new case against BSA. Boy Scouts abuse
Monsanto Appeals Verdict in First Roundup Trial
(September 2, 2020) – Monsanto is once again attempting to appeal a jury verdict in the first Roundup trial. Monsanto – now owned by Bayer – has asked the California Supreme Court to overturn
Dow Chemical Pesticide Data fooled EPA
Dow Chemical company fooled the EPA for years with falsified data. U.S. regulators relied on the data provided by Dow to clear the company for continued sales of the toxic pesticide chlorpyrifos. The false
Missouri Business Interruption Cases advance, Judge rules
(August 17, 2020) Missouri business interruption cases filed against an insurance company advance, a U.S. federal judge ruled last week. Presiding over the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri Southern
Zantac Makers Being Investigated by Department of Justice
Zantac makers are being investigated by the U.S. Department of Justice. New commission filings reveal that the DOJ is investigating Sanofi-Aventis US LLC and GlaxoSmithKline LLC over allegations that Zantac, a heartburn drug, causes
3M Must Face Plaintiffs in Military Ear Plug Cases, Judge Rules
A federal judge ruled last week that 3M must face plaintiffs – current and former U.S. military soldiers – in 3M ear plug cases. U.S. District Court Judge M. Casey Rodgers ruled in a
Boy Scouts accused of 100+ Years of Hiding Sex Abuse
New lawsuits filed last week against the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) accuse the organization of hiding sex abuse for 100+ years. The petitions allege that the systemic abuse of boys by scoutmasters has