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Elizabeth DiNardo, Esq. | Associate Counsel

Posts by Elizabeth DiNardo, Esq. | Associate Counsel :

Examining the Exam: A Closer Look at the Bar Exam

By | on 22, Feb 2021 |   Rule and Regulation Update

The October 2020 bar exam, administered in most states as a completely virtual test, was a logistical nightmare for most applicants, unnecessarily heightening the stress and anxiety felt by most test [...] Read More

Mass Tort of the Month: Elmiron

By | on 16, Feb 2021 |   Litigation Spotlight

On the radar as one of the mass torts slated to make significant progress in 2021, the Elmiron litigations closed out 2020 with a newly consolidated multidistrict litigation (“MDL”) and saw continued [...] Read More

Mass Tort of the Month: Paragard®

By | on 05, Feb 2021 |   Litigation Spotlight

The Paragard litigations were one of a number of mass torts to make headlines in the final months of 2020. The first steps towards the formation of a multidistrict litigation (“MDL”) were taken in Sep[...] Read More

Mass Torts to Keep an Eye on in 2021

By | on 11, Jan 2021 |   Litigation Spotlight

With the advent of 2021 and consistent progress reported in COVID-19 vaccine development and administration, many are looking forward to a gradual return to a pre-pandemic pace of business. This is es[...] Read More

Self-Care: Holiday Edition 2020

By | on 18, Dec 2020 |   Practice Insights

If there’s one thing everyone can agree on, it’s that 2020 has been a stressful year. When you combine an already taxing year with the typical stresses of the holiday season, it may become necessary t[...] Read More

Top 5 Mass Torts of 2020

By | on 15, Dec 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

The year 2020 was newsworthy in almost every regard and caused most Americans to drastically change the way they live and work. The legal industry saw a dramatic shift from in-person interactions, bri[...] Read More

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