Margaret Cronin Fisk
J&J, Imerys to Pay More Than $1.5 Million in Talc Case Deal
J&J Starts Settling Suits Over Pinnacle Hip Defect Claims
Encouraging Illegal Immigration Is Protected Speech, Court Says
J&J Wins Talc Case Over Claims Product Tainted With Asbestos
NFL Former Players' Drug Abuse Suit Reinstated
State Farm Settles Racketeering Case for $250 Million
State Farm Faces $8.5 Billion Claim 19 Years After Damage Award
Bayer Essure Lawsuits Skyrocketed as FDA Pushed Stronger Warnings
Ford to Pay $299.1 Million to Settle Takata Consumer Lawsuit
Johnson & Johnson jury awards $4.14 billion punitive damages over cancer from talc.
Microsoft’s females alleged that the company paid them less and stalled promotions.
The judge seemed skeptical about the Microsoft women’s ability to find commonality, to proceed the case further.
Microsoft Women Confront Company’s Worker-Friendly Image
J&J Facing High-Stakes Talc Trial Over 22 Women's Cancer Claims
Imerys Unit Said to Settle Talc Claims for at Least $5 Million
J&J Jury Asks Judge to Slap Cancer Warning Label on Baby Powder
J&J Loses Second Talc-Asbestos Cancer Trial and Damages May Grow
Fiat Chrysler Suit Emails Suggest Diesel Cheat Known in 2010
Marchionne Scorned Deputy for Ruling Out Diesel Cheating Devices
CME Says It's About to Win 14-Year-Old Eurex Antitrust Lawsuit
J&J, Imerys Ordered to Pay Punitive $80 Million in Talc Case