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Joe Saunders to Perform with Tomkats at Beach Goes Pops

Beach Goes Pops logoThis Saturday, April 21st, Saunders & Walker Law Firm is sponsoring the 28th Annual Beach Goes Pops! The event will take place in gorgeous Pass-A-Grille, Florida. The Evening Entertainment will include our very own Joe Saunders’ Jazz Orchestra, the Tomkats, performing live alongside the night’s other musical acts, Alter Eagles and Peace of WoodStock! Purchase lounge or table seating and enjoy the “Chillin’ on the Grille” Chillounge Experience as well, which includes seating in the VIP area and for the live musical performances. Get your tickets today and enjoy a Saturday full of surf, sand, and live music!



Jury Awards $37 Million in Asbestos-Laden Talc Baby Powder Lawsuit

A New Jersey couple has been awarded a $37 million verdict against J&J and its supplier Imerys Talc America for the talc powder that caused mesothelioma, a rare cancer linked to asbestos. J&J was held 70 percent responsible for the damages to mesothelioma victim Stephen Lanzo, III, 46, and his wife, Kendra, in the talcumContinue Reading

Hair Dye Linked to Increased Risk of Breast Cancer

Last summer, a research study suggested that black women who use dark hair dyes face a higher risk of breast cancer, while chemical relaxers and straighteners boost the odds in white women. The findings stemmed from a study of more than 4,000 women. Use of dark brown or black hair dyes by black women wasContinue Reading

New FDA Data Shows Alarming Increase In Breast Implant Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma

The FDA recently announced that more cases of breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) in women who’ve gotten implants have been reported. In an update on their website the agency indicated the case count rose in the past year, to 414 cases from 359. The website reported that the number of deaths from BIA-ALCL, nine,Continue ReadingContinue Reading

Bard IVC Filter Bellwether Trial Results in $3.6 Million Settlement

In the first bellwether C.R. Bard IVC filter lawsuit to go to trial, an Arizona federal jury has ruled for the plaintiff Sherr-Una Booker and ordered Bard to pay her $3.6 million in damages. Booker claimed a clot-stopping vein filter manufactured by C.R. Bard Inc. broke apart in her body and awarded her $2 millionContinue ReadingContinue Reading

US Government Demands Reimbursement from Purdue Pharma for Opioid Crisis

As we are now aware, opioids—originally created for the purpose of pain relief—have a dark side: a euphoric, and, therefore, addictive high. The dramatically increased demand for these drugs has resulted in a growing opioid crisis in the United States, which claimed over 42,000 victims in 2016—a number far above any recorded in years prior.1Continue Reading

Do Self-Driving Cars Put Us All in Danger?

Tesla autonomous cars. Google autonomous car. Uber self-driving cars. If you haven’t seen them on the road already, you will before long. Trendsetters and technology watchers around the world have touted the autonomous vehicle as the wave of the future, but, if the crash-prone present is any indication, we have a long way to goContinue Reading

Philippine FDA Issues Talc Powder Advisory

The Food and Drug Administration for the Philippines has issued an advisory regarding the use of talc in cosmetic products in Southeast Asian nations.  The advisory relates to a warning that talc should be kept away from the noses and mouths of children to avoid inhalation. The advisory is consistent with similar advisories issued byContinue Reading

Self-Driving Uber Involved in Fatal Crash

Last week, a driverless Uber struck and killed a pedestrian. 49-year-old Elaine Hertzberg while she tried to cross the street in Tempe, Arizona. It’s believed to be the first time an autonomous car has caused a fatal crash. The fatality has caused a stir in the auto industry as well as the driverless car movement.Continue Reading

Theranos Blood Testing Startup Charged by SEC with Massive Fraud

The blood-testing startup Theranos, which had promised to revolutionize blood testing, has come crashing down after being charged with “massive fraud” by the Securities & Exchange Commission. Theranos CEO and founder Elizabeth Holmes, and former president Ramesh “Sunny” Balwani were accused by the SEC of raising over $700 million for their blood-testing company between 2013 and 2015 underContinue Reading

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