Alabama Youth Facility Sued Over Another Child Sexual Assault Incident

The Laurel Oaks Behavioral Center in Dothan, Alabama, and its parent company, Universal Health Services, are facing a lawsuit following another sexual assault of a young resident. The attorneys for the victim say facilities like Laurel Oaks are part of the “troubled teen...
JPML Centralizes Suboxone Tooth Decay Lawsuits

Plaintiffs allege they used the sublingual film to treat their opioid use disorder and suffered serious dental problems.
JPML Centralizes Ozempic Gastroparesis Lawsuits

Plaintiffs are people who have suffered stomach paralysis after using diabetes drugs for simple weight loss.
Attorneys for Sex Trafficking Survivors Seek Consolidation of Cases Against Brand Hotel Defendants

Lawsuits allege defendants benefitted from abuse and exploitation of those who were trafficked within their branded properties.
Attorneys Explore: Can Universities Be Sued for Lack of Antisemitism Policies?

A group of attorneys is working to resolve whether cause exists for a lawsuit against university presidents and administration based on their lack of policy regarding antisemitism and racism. The issue will be discussed during a January webinar presented by Levin Papanto...
Alabama Faces Expanded Lawsuits for Discrimination Against Disabled Children in State Care

A series of lawsuits alleging systemic discrimination of children with disabilities in childcare facilities across Alabama has been broadened to hold several key state agencies accountable.  The Alabama Department of Human Resources, the Alabama Department of Education, ...
American Farmers’ Right to Repair Case Moves Forward After Court Rejects Deere’s Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings

On November 27, 2023, U.S. District Court Judge Iain D. Johnston denied Defendant Deere & Co.’s Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings in its entirety, rejecting Deere’s effort to escape the right to repair lawsuit brought by American farmers.  
Judge Appoints 2 LPR Attorneys to Leadership Roles in Insulin Pricing Multidistrict Litigation

Levin Papantonio Rafferty Attorneys Troy Rafferty and Brandon Bogle will serve as Co-Leads on two MDL tracks. 
Co-Lead Counsel in Paraquat MDL Urges Farmers to Watch "Danger in the Fields" and Learn the Realities of the Health Risks of Paraquat Use

PENSACOLA, FL, 11/22/2023 - Last night, ABC's Nightline aired an in-depth segment, "Danger in the Fields?," exposing the heightened risk of Parkinson's Disease from exposure to the popular herbicide Paraquat. The broadcast prompted the following statement from Sarah Shoe...
Abused "White House Boys" Triumph With Passing of Florida Bill

Survivors and victims' families move closer to justice after a state reform "school" abused young boys for over 100 years.
Alabama Youth Facility Sued Over Another Child Sexual Assault Incident

The Laurel Oaks Behavioral Center in Dothan, Alabama, and its parent company, Universal Health Services, are facing a lawsuit following another sexual assault of a young resident. The attorneys for the victim say facilities like Laurel Oaks are part of the “troubled teen...
JPML Centralizes Suboxone Tooth Decay Lawsuits

Plaintiffs allege they used the sublingual film to treat their opioid use disorder and suffered serious dental problems.
JPML Centralizes Ozempic Gastroparesis Lawsuits

Plaintiffs are people who have suffered stomach paralysis after using diabetes drugs for simple weight loss.
Attorneys for Sex Trafficking Survivors Seek Consolidation of Cases Against Brand Hotel Defendants

Lawsuits allege defendants benefitted from abuse and exploitation of those who were trafficked within their branded properties.
Attorneys Explore: Can Universities Be Sued for Lack of Antisemitism Policies?

A group of attorneys is working to resolve whether cause exists for a lawsuit against university presidents and administration based on their lack of policy regarding antisemitism and racism. The issue will be discussed during a January webinar presented by Levin Papanto...
Alabama Faces Expanded Lawsuits for Discrimination Against Disabled Children in State Care

A series of lawsuits alleging systemic discrimination of children with disabilities in childcare facilities across Alabama has been broadened to hold several key state agencies accountable.  The Alabama Department of Human Resources, the Alabama Department of Education, ...
American Farmers’ Right to Repair Case Moves Forward After Court Rejects Deere’s Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings

On November 27, 2023, U.S. District Court Judge Iain D. Johnston denied Defendant Deere & Co.’s Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings in its entirety, rejecting Deere’s effort to escape the right to repair lawsuit brought by American farmers.  
Judge Appoints 2 LPR Attorneys to Leadership Roles in Insulin Pricing Multidistrict Litigation

Levin Papantonio Rafferty Attorneys Troy Rafferty and Brandon Bogle will serve as Co-Leads on two MDL tracks. 
Co-Lead Counsel in Paraquat MDL Urges Farmers to Watch "Danger in the Fields" and Learn the Realities of the Health Risks of Paraquat Use

PENSACOLA, FL, 11/22/2023 - Last night, ABC's Nightline aired an in-depth segment, "Danger in the Fields?," exposing the heightened risk of Parkinson's Disease from exposure to the popular herbicide Paraquat. The broadcast prompted the following statement from Sarah Shoe...
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