Troy Tatting has been selected to the 2022 Minnesota Super Lawyers list.
From the effective date forward, the sole recourse of any opioid claimant based upon Mallinckrodt’s pre-effective date conduct will be to make a claim to the opioid trusts.
Disarray amongst the circuits in these high-profile, multibillion-dollar restructurings could prompt the U.S. Supreme Court to finally decide this longstanding issue.
Several days of snow in Minnesota produced difficult road conditions across much of the state, with Minnesota State Patrol reporting nearly 200 crashes and hundreds of spinouts Sunday night into Monday morning, according to KVRR News in Moorhead, MN.
As a consumer, you have the right to know about any defects or problems with the products you buy. When food, medicine, or consumer products are found to be contaminated, hazardous, or otherwise unsafe, they may be subject to a recall.
This Recall Roundup has us watching Specialized Tarmac SL7 Bicycles and Frame sets, white wooden stools from Hobby Lobby, and several voluntary recalls of heater-cooler devices used in cardiothoracic surgery.
As of April, there were approximately 29,000 pending lawsuits in the U.S. linking Johnson & Johnson’s talc-containing powders to ovarian cancer and mesothelioma. In recent years, J&J has taken some talc injury cases to trial and, in some of these cases, juries have sided with the company. As recently discussed by Law360′s Cara Salvatore in an article entitled “J&J May Court Trouble With ‘Texas Two-Step’ Talc Gambit,” J&J has threatened the plaintiffs with a bankruptcy maneuver known as the “Texas Two-Step.”
This Recall Roundup has us watching 200,000 lbs of ready-to-eat salad packs that include undisclosed allergens in the salad dressing and Boppy Baby Loungers.
This Recall Roundup has us watching Maxi Cosi Pria 70 convertible child car seats, Costco shower benches, and Pfizer's smoking cessation drug Chantix.
A restaurant group that owns multiple establishments in Minneapolis has agreed to pay $230k in a settlement with employees. Bartmann Companies, based in Minneapolis, owns and operates 8 restaurants, including popular spots like Barbette and Red Stag Supper Club.
On September 8, 2021, the Associated Press reports that Minnesota GOP donor Anton “Tony” Lazzaro, age 30, is being sued by the family of a minor who alleges Lazzaro trafficked her and used her for sex acts.
This week, the StarTribune reported that for the first time in over a decade, Minnesota has reached the grim milestone of 300 traffic deaths before the Labor Day holiday.