Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals is facing a growing number of lawsuits claiming that the company concealed the health risks associated with the top-selling birth control pills Yaz and Yasmin. Co-hosts and attorneys J. Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi welcome Attorney Mike Danko from the Danko Law Firm and James T. O’Reilly, Professor of Law at University of Cincinnati College of Law, to a look at the basis for the litigation, the reported side affects, the FDA’s role, Bayer’s continued marketing campaign and the federal lawsuit against the makers of Yaz & Yasmin.
How does a case proceed once it does get selected by a firm? In part two of this discussion on the life cycle of a lawsuit, Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and co-host, Bill Wakelee, Settlement Annuity Specialist in the Philadelphia office, welcome back Attorney Paul Brandes, Partner at the firm, Villari, Brandes & Kline, P.C, to discuss next steps in proceeding with a case. They will discuss the secondary process of pre-filing of the lawsuit, how to be thorough in the process, risk versus reward situation and get a real life example of a case that came full circle.
How do lawyers choose their cases? In part one of this discussion on the life cycle of a lawsuit, Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and co-host, Bill Wakelee, Settlement Annuity Specialist in the Philadelphia office, welcome Attorney Paul Brandes, Partner at the firm, Villari, Brandes & Kline, P.C, to discuss the rigid process of picking a case, who needs to be involved in the case and what criteria a case needs to have to be accepted by a firm.
As the landscape of employment has dramatically changed, so have the issues regarding employment lawsuits. Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen, alongside co-host, Tony Robinson, from Ringler’s Seattle office, welcome special guest, Attorney Sheryl Willert, managing director at the firm of, Williams Kastner, to give us her insight into the world of Employment Law. Larry, Tony and Attorney Willert will minimize this big topic by highlighting the importance of the Employment Handbook, the non-compete clause, specific employment litigation and discrimination claims.