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  • Johnson & Johnson Seeks to Expand Xarelto Use Despite Lawsuit Losses

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 19-Jan-2018

    J & J Attempting to Expand the Use of Xarelto Despite Lawsuits On the heels of a recent $27.8M jury verdict, and with lawsuits rising in number, Johnson & Johnson is attempting to obtain a label change to include additional uses associated with Xarelto. A new drug application was submitted to the FDA, seeking approval to add a cardiovascular risk reduction claim as well as an acute limb ...
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  • Did Bank of America Scheme to Steal Homes from Consumers?

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 8-Jan-2018

    Just a couple of months ago, a couple in Florida filed a lawsuit against banking giant, Bank of America. Bank of America, along with many other big banks who were “bailed out” by the federal government in 2009, were required to agree to some stipulations as a condition of receiving the bailout money. Bank of America received $45 billion up front, with another $100 billion promised; ...
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  • Invokana Lawsuits Consolidated

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 8-Jan-2018

    More than 55 Invokana lawsuits were consolidated in a New Jersey federal court. These lawsuits claim that Johnson & Johnson’s Type 2 diabetes drug, Invokana, can cause serious ketoacidosis, injuries to the patient’s kidneys, and other severe injuries. The judge in the case acknowledged the commonalities among the filed lawsuits, and cited enhanced efficiency when similar lawsuits ...
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  • Wells Fargo and Class Action Mortgage Lock in Fees

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 8-Jan-2018

    It seems that banking giant Wells Fargo, who has faced one lawsuit after another over the past couple of years, is facing yet another class action lawsuit, as new information about shady banking practices continue to come to light. The latest occurrence of questionable banking practices was made public in the fall of this year, when a class action lawsuit was filed by consumers, alleging Wells ...
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