Feinberg Rozen Partner Speaking at HB Oil Law Conference, HB Announces


MIAMI – October 29, 2010 – Michael K. Rozen of Feinberg Rozen – the team assigned to oversee the administration of the […]

VIDEO: Rozen Speaking at HB’s June Oil Conference

As Interviewed by Conference Co-Chair Perry Weitz

FDA Advisory Creating ‘Sea Change’ In Transvaginal Mesh Litigation, Attorneys Say

Recent communication from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) over the potential for injury caused by transvaginal mesh products has sparked a “sea […]

XRF Testing Is Under Increasing Scrutiny By Defense Lawyers In Lead Litigation

Although for many years the use of X-ray fluorescence (XRF) testing to measure lead-paint levels in houses was commonly accepted, defense attorneys have recently […]

Government Regulation Of Fracking Needs To Address Air Quality, Gas Migration, Speakers Say

Air quality and gas migration are the two major environmental issues that new government regulations must address to control the booming hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) […]

Propecia Litigation Update

Date: October 26, 2011

PACE’s Tanella Talks about What’s Working – and Not – Regarding MMSEA Reporting Requirements in Mass Torts

PACE's Tanella Talks about What's Working – and Not – Regarding MMSEA Reporting Requirements in Mass Torts

Waters & Kraus Attorney on Negotiating Medicare Liens

Leslie MacLean of Waters & Kraus in Dallas is the firm’s point person on negotiating lien amounts with Medicare. MacLean presented her firm’s practical approach to ensuring compliance, something she has done for many years, during HB’s Medicare Mandatory Reporting Requirements Conference on Sept. 21, 2010, in Los Angeles.

Dr. Herbert Phillips Joins Hip Recall Faculty

Dr. Herbert Phillips will speak on the Medical Issues and Analysis of the DePuy Hip Implant session at the DePuy Hip Recall and Avandia Update Conference in Miami on November 3.

Asbestos Attorneys Explain Plaintiff and Defense Strategies For Deposing Witnesses

Discovery and depositions in asbestos cases have a unique set of challenges and require different strategies for both plaintiff and defense attorneys.  Susan J. […]

BP Will Not Rely on OPA’s Liability Cap

NEW ORLEANS Attorneys for BP raised some eyebrows during Friday’s MDL hearing when they said they would need to confirm with their client whether BP would rely on the Oil Pollution Liability Act’s $75MM liability cap. But the defense attorneys have made it clear in yesterday’s filing with the court.

BP’s Reliance on OPA Cap Up in Air

BP’s Attorneys ‘Checking with the Client’
NEW ORLEANS – Plaintiff attorneys have been assuming that BP would not cite the $75MM OPA liability cap […]

Best Practices in the Brave New World of MMSEA

Conference Report on “The Experts Weigh In”
By Tom Hagy

Kicking off HB’s seminar on Sept. 21, 2010 in Los Angeles, attendees heard from three […]

Additional Insured Issues & Indemnification Agreements

Date: October 12, 2011

MMSEA Litigation: The Necessity and Benefits of Early Disclosure

A Conference Report
By Tom Hagy

What are the common misconceptions around reporting?   Have your fiduciary obligations to clients changed?  What about requests for […]

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Topamax/Topiramate & Zoloft: Law & Science

Recording Date: June 22, 2011
Duration: 98 minutes
Audio Package: $169

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Agenda and Speakers
• History of drug and […]