October 10, 2019

Johnson & Johnson Hit with Another Large Jury Verdict

Pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson was hit with another massive jury verdict, this time for the off-label marketing of the anti-psychotic drug Risperdal.
October 7, 2019

Immigrants Without Health Coverage Could Be Denied Visas

The Trump Administration issued a proclamation last Friday that would add additional burdens to the process of obtaining an immigrant visa.
October 3, 2019
Legal Permanent Residence Options for TPS

Public Charge Rule in Courts ahead of Imminent Implementation

Several immigration advocates have asked a federal judge to put a hold on Trump administration plans to implement its new public charge rule.  The new rules are set to take effect on October 15.
October 2, 2019

The Safety Record of Electric Vehicles

Every time an electric vehicle catches fire or gets into a particularly gruesome crash it seems to make national news.  With more and more electric vehicles entering the marketplace and appearing on the roadways, the question of electric vehicle safety has become more important than ever. 
September 27, 2019

Retaliation for Submitting a Workers’ Comp Claim

If any worker is afraid of reporting an injury because of a fear that management will issue punishment for the injury, he or she shouldn't be.  It is strictly illegal for any employer to retaliate against or punish a worker who becomes injured on the job.