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Sexual Abuse by Clergy Goes Well Beyond the Catholic Church

Posted on by Edward Lott

Though abuse by Catholic clergy is well known, the fact is pedophiles are involved in just about every religion. They take advantage of their position to get access to children and exploit them. If you’re considering taking on clergy abuse cases, ForLawFirmsOnly Marketing, Inc., can help you attract clients from a range of religious beliefs. … Continue reading “Sexual Abuse by Clergy Goes Well Beyond the Catholic Church”

Litigation Update: California Court Denies Bayer’s Request for Review of Verdict

Posted on by Edward Lott

On Wednesday, October 21, the California Supreme Court denied Bayer’s request to review the case of Dewayne “Lee” Johnson, a groundskeeper who claims that the exposure to Roundup was the cause of his non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Back in August of 2018, the jury had awarded Mr. Johnson $250 million in punitive damages on top of $39 … Continue reading “Litigation Update: California Court Denies Bayer’s Request for Review of Verdict”

Chlorpyrifos: common pesticide tied to brain damage in children

Posted on by Carey Gillam

Chlorpyrifos, a widely used pesticide, is strongly linked to brain damage in children. These and other health concerns have led several countries and some U.S. states to ban chlorpyrifos, but the chemical is still allowed on food crops in the U.S. after successful lobbying by its manufacturer. Chlorpyrifos in food   Chlorpyrifos insecticides were introduced … Continue reading “Chlorpyrifos: common pesticide tied to brain damage in children”

California Supreme Court denies review of Monsanto Roundup trial loss

Posted on by Carey Gillam

The California Supreme Court will not review a California man’s trial win over Monsanto, dealing another blow to Monsanto’s German owner, Bayer AG. The decision to deny a review in the case of Dewayne “Lee” Johnson marks the latest in a string of court losses for Bayer as it tries to complete settlements with close … Continue reading “California Supreme Court denies review of Monsanto Roundup trial loss”

Litigation Update: Johnson & Johnson Fights Back Oklahoma’s Opioid Verdict

Posted on by Edward Lott

The Oklahoma court has ruled that it will allow organizations to file friend of the court briefs in support of J&J’s efforts to overturn a $465 million judgement for their role in contributing to the opioid epidemic in Oklahoma. The key issue in last week’s brief filed by J&J, centered on the court’s application of … Continue reading “Litigation Update: Johnson & Johnson Fights Back Oklahoma’s Opioid Verdict”

Modern Slavery Occurs Here. Corporations Can Help End It

Posted on by Edward Lott

Verus CEO Mark Eveland and Judge Marina Corodemus (Ret.) Co-Author Opinion Editorial about How Corporate America can Help in the Fight to End Human Trafficking While difficult to quantify because of its “underground” nature, the International Labour Organization estimates that 24.9 million people were victims of human trafficking in 2017. Of those, 16 million were exploited … Continue reading “Modern Slavery Occurs Here. Corporations Can Help End It”

Bayer’s Monsanto headache persists

Posted on by Carey Gillam

The migraine that is Monsanto doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon for Bayer AG. Efforts at settling the mass of lawsuits brought in the United States by tens of thousands of people who claim Monsanto’s Roundup herbicides gave them cancer continue to inch forward, but are not addressing all outstanding cases, nor are … Continue reading “Bayer’s Monsanto headache persists”

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