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  • Testosterone Therapy Lawsuits Increase Amid Evidence of Heart Attack, Stroke Risks

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 24-Mar-2014

    Although rising numbers of men are being prescribed testosterone replacement therapy for the heavily marketed condition of low testosterone (or "low T"), recent research indicates these drugs are associated with a heightened risk of heart attack, stroke and other health complications. The makers of these treatments likewise face increasing lawsuits on behalf of men who suffered adverse ...
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  • TD Didn't Curb Overdraft Fees After $62M Deal, Suit Says

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 24-Mar-2014

    According to Law 360 New York, TD Bank NA is facing a proposed class action lawsuit in PA Federal Court. The suit alleged that the bank has consistently maximized overdraft fees by manipulating the order of debit card transactions, even when customers were not overdrawing from their accounts. These allegations come less than one year after they paid a $62 million settlement for the same practice ...
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  • Medical Device Recalls Nearly Double in 10-Year Span

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 21-Mar-2014

    Recalls of defective medical devices nearly doubled in the decade between 2003 and 2012, punctuated by a record number of medical device recalls in 2012, according to a new report from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The accomplished consumer class action attorneys at Golomb & Honik, P.C. are dedicated helping victims of faulty products pursue the financial security they need to ...
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  • The Link between Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer

    Posted By Golomb & Honik || 12-Mar-2014

    In recent years, there has been mounting evidence that talcum powder may be carcinogenic, particularly when used repeatedly over time. While the 20+ studies conducted in the last few decades have found a modest, but not scientifically significant link, Harvard medical professor Dr. Daniel Cramer has argued that these studies don’t accurately assess the increase in risk based on different ...
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