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    A Closer Look at the 3M Combat Arms Earplugs MDL: A Conversation with Attorney Mike Burns

    By | on 24, May 2021 |   Mass Torts Litigation Spotlight

    On April 30, 2021, a significant plaintiff victory was achieved in the 3M Combat Arms Earplugs Multidistrict Litigation (“MDL”), with the announcement of a $7.1 million verdict. This particular MDL ha[...] Read More

    Mass Tort of the Month: In Re: January 2021 Short Squeeze Trading Litigation

    By | on 10, May 2021 |   Mass Torts Litigation Spotlight

    This month we feature the newly consolidated January 2021 Short Squeeze Trading Litigation. The events surrounding this particular mass tort made headlines throughout the first quarter of 2021 and cap[...] Read More

    Mass Tort of the Month: JUUL Update

    By | on 26, Apr 2021 |   Mass Torts Litigation Spotlight

    The JUUL litigations, previously outlined in our Mass Tort of the Month series in January 2021, have seen recent procedural updates. The following is continuing coverage of the status of the current c[...] Read More

    Mass Tort Update: Litigations to Follow in 2021

    By | on 20, Apr 2021 |   Mass Torts Litigation Spotlight

    As a follow-up to the previously published Mass Torts to Keep an Eye on in 2021, we revisit four mass tort litigations and their current status. Read More

    Mass Tort of the Month: Toxic Baby Food Litigation

    By | on 30, Mar 2021 |   Mass Torts Litigation Spotlight

      The Government Report In February 2021, the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy, Committee on Oversight and Reform (“the Committee”) issued a report revealing [...] Read More

    Mass Tort of the Month: Elmiron

    By | on 16, Feb 2021 |   Mass Torts 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

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