by: Edward B. Mulligan V, Attorney On February 12, 2013, the federal Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) transferred some 134 cases filed against New England Compounding Center, the now-notorious seller of contaminated steroid injections, to the District of Massachusetts for consolidated pretrial proceedings. While a group of plaintiffs argued for consolidation in Minnesota, the… Continue Reading »
by: Jeff S. Gibson, Attorney Pharmaceutical and medical device makers invest millions of dollars in the research and development of innovative treatments and cures to help improve the quality of life for people all over the world. Such large investments can create a lot of pressure for these products to succeed in the marketplace. To… Continue Reading »
by: Kelley Johnson, Attorney I am privileged and honored to be the 2013 Indianapolis Bar Foundation President. The Indianapolis Bar Foundation is the charitable arm of the Indianapolis Bar Association. We are a fundraising organization. Our mission is to advance justice and lead positive change in Indianapolis through philanthropy, education and service. We accomplish this… Continue Reading »
by: Melissa L. Stuart, Attorney The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission enforces the Americans with Disability Act discrimination laws in the workplace. My most recent article for the Friendship Circle blog discusses employment rights of parents with special needs children.
by: Kelley Johnson, Attorney I recently shared with you a few of my thoughts about how to navigate a career while also being a wife and mother. The advice I shared has a lot to do with my own experience but was also gleaned from others who have walked the same path. Whether you are… Continue Reading »