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A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed by the family of a California woman, which alleges that their mother developed pancreatic cancer from side effects of the diabetes drugs Byetta, Bydureon, Januvia and Janumet.
The City of San Francisco has filed a lawsuits against the makers of Monster energy drinks, alleging that the company is endangering youth by marketing the highly caffeinated energy drink to children despite the potential health risks of energy drinks.
The makers of Monster Energy have filed a lawsuit against the San Francisco City Attorney, challenging attempts to investigate the safety of the company’s energy drinks and protect children from potentially dangerous side effects, arguing that the city is violating Monster’s free speech rights.
The California state court judge who presided over the first Actos bladder cancer trial in the country, has issued a post-trial ruling rejecting key expert witness testimony, which has resulted in a reversal of the $6.5 million damage award returned by the jury.
A California man who claims that he developed bladder cancer from Actos has been awarded $6.5 million by a California jury, which found that Takeda Pharmaceuticals failed to adequately warn about the potential side effects of the popular diabetes drug.
A California state court jury is continuing deliberations following the first Actos trial in the country, which alleges that side effects of the popular type 2 diabetes drug caused a user to develop bladder cancer.
As trial continues in California state court for the first Actos bladder cancer lawsuit to be presented to a jury, the U.S. District Judge presiding over the federal litigation has scheduled “hard and fast” dates for the first two trials in the Actos MDL (Multidistrict Litigation).
Trial started this week in California state for a lawsuit that may decide whether food producers will be required to add information about baby food lead levels in California.
Just days before trial was scheduled to begin, an agreement has been reached to settle a Wright hip replacement lawsuit filed by a man who alleged that a Profemur hip implant failed after just four years.
More than two dozen people filed a product liability lawsuit last week alleging that serious injuries or deaths were caused by problems with St. Jude Riata heart defibrillator wires, which were removed from the market more than two years ago amid reports that the insulation may fail.