By Christina Grube "Why would you go to any other conferences?" - Anne Andrews, Partner at Andrews & Thornton The George Washington University Law School (GW Law) boasted a major success in mounting their first bi-annual Complex Litigation conference last week in Washington D.C.. The event remained unique from other litigation conferences by featuring dozens of … [Read more...] about GW Complex Litigation Conference a Major Success; Collaboration From All Sides of Courtroom
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By Christina Grube Updated 11/29/22 (MASS TORT NEWS) A recent motion by Plaintiff leaders in Zantac MDL 2924 may serve to undermine the effectiveness of the MDL. In January, U.S. District Judge Robin Rosenburg approved the request by Plaintiff leadership to reduce the number of cancers from 10 to 5, removing certain cancers (breast, prostate, colorectal, kidney, and … [Read more...] about Motion By Plaintiff Leadership Undermines Effectiveness of Zantac MDL?
By Christina Grube (MASS TORT NEWS) Judge M. Casey Rodgers announced a stay of deadlines in the 3M MDL 2885–currently the largest MDL in the United States. Lead Plaintiff Counsel Jennifer Hoekstra of Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis & Overholtz told Mass Tort News that Plaintiff leaders view the decision as “a positive sign for the MDL.” Judge Rodgers explained in his … [Read more...] about 3M Update with Jennifer Hoekstra