Vieux, Sakali and Tobón Explain the California Consumer Privacy Act
In "California Consumer Privacy Act: A Comprehensive Overview," Steve Vieux, Al Saikali and Camila Tobón discuss the sweeping new privacy law and what business entities should watch before it takes effect in 2020.
Federal Court Excludes All Plaintiffs' Experts In Second Mirena MDLInsight
Behrens and Northrip Explain DOJ Actions on Asbestos Trust Abuse
Shook Partner Mark Behrens and Of Counsel Bill Northrip explain U.S. Department of Justice efforts to combat the "problematic lack of transparency in the operation of oversight of asbestos trusts," for the Washington Legal Foundation.
Silverman Authors Law Review Article on the Reasonable Consumer Standard in Food and Beverage Litigation
In an article for the University of Cincinnati Law Review, Shook Partner Cary Silverman suggests three options for preserving the public's respect for the civil justice system as more food and beverage lawsuits are filed.
Federal Court Holds Medical Device Claims Preempted By FDCA
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri has ruled a plaintiff's product liability claims against a hearing-loss device manufacturer are preempted by the Medical Device Amendments to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.
Barkett Comments on Third Circuit Ruling on CERCLA Cost Allocation
Partner John Barkett has authored a comment for "Roundtable on Trinity Industries Opinion," a review of the Third Circuit's ruling on the allocation of CERCLA cleanup costs for the Chemical Waste Litigation Reporter.