Put it on your calendars, Anapol Schwartz attorney James Ronca will be speaking on "Topamax: What You Need to Know, The Science and the Litigation" from 10:45 am to 11:15 am at the semi-annual Mass Torts Made Perfect Seminar in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 13, 2011. The acclaimed national event for Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Mass Torts will celebrate its 10th anniversary at The Bellagio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Mr. Ronca is a vital part of Anapol Schwartz Dangerous Drug and Medical Device team and is intimately involved with Topamax litigation along with partner Sol Weiss, who is co-liaison counsel to the coordinated litigation. You can register for the event online here or by calling (800) 320-2227. The cost of registration is $1,395 for lawyers and $995 for paralegals or administrators for firms; a $300 discount is obtainable for all affiliates of The National Trial Lawyers. Mass torts can be separated from other kinds of personal injury cases by numerous key attributes. For one, they employ large amounts of claims that correspond to one product. Secondly, regardless of the large number of individuals involved, there is a similar nature to the facts and legal implications of the cases. Thirdly, there is interconnectedness between all the separate cases. Such is the case with Topamax, a drug used to treat epileptic seizures and other disorders that has also been linked to causing birth defects. If you've been injured by Topamax or another dangerous drug, call 1-866-735-2792 to contact the Pennsylvania dangerous drug attorneys at Anapol Schwartz today.
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