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Elizabeth DiNardo, Esq. | Associate Counsel

Posts by Elizabeth DiNardo, Esq. | Associate Counsel :

A Look Back at the First Remote Bar Exam

By | on 17, Nov 2020 |   COVID-19 and the Law

As any lawyer will attest to, the bar exam is a major component in the transition from law school to becoming a lawyer. Bar exams across the country have faced a number of setbacks this year, includin[...] Read More

Mass Tort of the Month: Valsartan Litigation

By | on 22, Oct 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

In recent months, media exposure surrounding Zantac litigation has spurred wide-reaching familiarity with the chemical compounds N-nitrosodimethylamine (“NDMA”) and N-Nitrosodiethylamine (“NDEA”), amo[...] Read More

Mass Tort of the Month: PFAS Litigation

By | on 21, Sep 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

Overview One of the most expansive mass torts currently in litigation is the PFAS chemical pollution litigation. Lawsuits in the PFAS litigations span a wide array of both potential plaintiffs and pot[...] Read More

Mass Tort of the Month: TikTok Privacy Litigation

By | on 14, Aug 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

With social distancing measures and restrictions on in-person gatherings in place in the United States as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of social media has surged by Americans in an effor[...] Read More

Class Actions After COVID-19: Lawsuits to Watch

By | on 10, Aug 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

The 2020 Carlton Fields Class Action Survey—a report comprised of data from interviews with chief legal officers, general counsels and direct reports to general counsel at 400 large companies across a[...] Read More

Mass Tort of the Month: Evenflo Big Kid Booster Seat

By | on 27, Jul 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and associated shutdowns, the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (“JPML”), like many other courts across the country, has strived to keep litigation moving throug[...] Read More

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