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Dismissal denied in Operation Candy Crush case

May 21, 2020 11:22 pm Published by

The “Operation Candy Crush” lawsuit will move forward in federal court following an appellate decision in the plaintiffs’ favor. Defendants argued for dismissal of the suit, which arises from a 2018 sting operation. Both the District Court and Sixth Circuit...

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Tennessee silent on COVID-19 nursing home outbreaks

April 19, 2020 11:43 am Published by

The Tennessee health commissioner refuses to release statistics on COVID-19 infections in nursing homes across the state, despite growing concerns over recent outbreaks. In an interview with News Channel 5, Dr. Lisa Piercey acknowledged that COVID-19 infections in Tennessee nursing...

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Paragard Lawsuits – Defective IUDs

April 4, 2020 7:41 pm Published by

Paragard, a popular intrauterine birth control device, faces lawsuits from consumers who claim that the device broke, embedded, or caused metal poisoning by copper toxicity. The experienced defective medical device attorneys at David Randolph Smith are prepared to seek compensation...

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Truvada Lawsuits: Dangerous side effects

March 10, 2020 3:34 pm Published by

Prescription medication Truvada is under scrutiny in light of recent lawsuits alleging that the drug has dangerous side effects. Multiple plaintiffs allege that Truvada can cause serious and sometimes permanent damage to the liver, kidneys, and bones, and that the...

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