FDA Approvals, Controversial Therapeutics, and the Experts Needed for Litigation
Therapeutics are some of the most complicated, most regulated, and most litigated products existing in the market today. Any inconsistencies to the qualification and validation protocols of the product can cause undue harm, lasting damage, and unlimited claims of liability.
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June 17, 2020 — Archive
“The Answer is Clear.” – A Victory for the LGBTQ Community Sets the Stage for Future Filings
While many progressive states and some municipalities have long protected LGBTQ employees by explicitly prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation, Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia now extends these protections to LGBTQ employees everywhere.
February 25, 2020 — Blog
QUICK LOOK: Restorative Justice Principles Emerge in Settlement of Civil Cases
The settlement promotes the expectation that diversity and inclusion officers will not be mere figureheads within an organization, but rather play an integral role in administering key policies and facilitating communication among all facets of the business.
February 21, 2020 — Archive
EEOC 2019 Statistics Reflect Decline in Charge Filings
The EEOC’s 2019 charge statistics mirror the perceptions of respondents to a recent study conducted by DOAR, the nation's top trial consulting company. Respondents to the study perceived racial discrimination as most prevalent, followed very closely by sex discrimination.