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Attorneys who represent ovarian cancer and mesothelioma plaintiffs express outrage at Johnson & Johnson’s continued abuse of the bankruptcy system and callous disregard for victims—and they rebuke plaintiffs’ attorneys who happily drink the Kool-Aid.

5 April 2023

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Law firm with a brutal history of "forever chemicals" litigation says it's about time. 

15 March 2023

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LPR lawyers watch closely this week as U.S. Supreme Court hears cases in Gonzales vs. Google and Twitter v. Taamneh

22 February 2023

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Local Law Firms Issue Statement on Skanska's Completion of Pensacola Bay Bridge.

15 February 2023

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The bill is a bright light on this “sinister shadow” of Florida history, says LPR Attorney Troy Rafferty, who has been leading the effort to have the Florida Legislature pass a bill to compensate victims of abuse at the Dozier School for Boys.

9 February 2023

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Learn about the recently enacted Camp Lejeune Justice Act, the illnesses linked with toxic drinking water at the military base, and the differences between a Department of the Navy Claim and VA Claim.

9 February 2023

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Johnson & Johnson, one of the world's largest corporations, will not be able to use Ch. 11 to avoid billions of dollars in liability for talc-based products, which lawsuits allege cause ovarian cancer and mesothelioma; attorneys fighting for victims hope Corporate Am...

30 January 2023

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LPR attorneys immersed in litigation against social media companies comment on Rep. Mike Gallagher describing TikTok as “digital fentanyl” and Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen describing today’s “basic level” of social media tech reform.

20 January 2023

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Levin Papantonio Rafferty Attorneys Mike Papantonio and Troy Rafferty are investigating the incidents that transpired over the course of 100 years in the Marianna, Florida, reform school while they work to battle current abuses in similar detention centers across the cou...

12 January 2023

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Veterans and families will learn about the recently enacted Camp Lejeune Justice Act, the illnesses linked with toxic drinking water at the military base, and how people who suffered illness from exposure to the water might qualify for financial recovery.

6 January 2023

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