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CVN Georgia's Plaintiff's Attorney of 2017 Earned Honor With Verdict Topping $45M

CVN cameras covered a full lineup of blockbuster verdicts won by many of the top plaintiff’s attorneys in Georgia this year. The recipient of our 2017 Georgia Plaintiff’s Attorney of the Year honor spearheaded a $45 million-plus verdict in a … Continue reading

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Vancouver Judge Rules: Glaxo Not Getting Plaintiff's Medical Records

In a recent ruling handed down by the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the makers of Paxil, GlaxoSmithKline, will not be getting the medical records of the mother who is suing the drug maker after she claims that taking Paxil … Continue reading

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California Supreme Court Limits Recoverable Medical Expenses to Amounts Actually Paid by Tort Plaintiff's Insurer

This post was written by Farah Tabibkhoei and Ginger Pigott. In a highly anticipated decision, the California Supreme Court yesterday decided the issue of whether tortuously injured plaintiffs with private health insurance get to recover the full rate charged by … Continue reading

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Misleadingness caused by plaintiff's own actions doesn't violate Lanham Act

U.S. Pharmaceutical Corp. v. Trigen Laboratories, Inc., 2011 WL 446148 (N.D. Ga.) USPC sells patented, prescription-only prenatal nutritional supplements containing iron and Vitamin C (which enhances absorption of iron); insufficient iron is a risk factor for various adverse pregnancy outcomes. … Continue reading

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9th Circuit: Amended Federal Dilution Law Does Not Require Defendant's Mark to be "Identical or Nearly Identical" to Plaintiff's

The 9th Circuit today revived a federal trademark dilution claim because the district court used the "identical or nearly identical" standard in its analysis of the claim. In Levi Strauss & Co. v. Abercrombie & Fitch Trading Co., No. 09-16322 … Continue reading

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