Jonathan Knoll and Ned Mulligan Appointed to Leadership in Exactech Litigation
The Eighth Judicial Circuit Court of Alachua County, Florida has appointed Cohen & Malad, LLP attorneys Jonathan A. Knoll and Edward (Ned) B. Mulligan V to the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in coordinated litigation against Exactech, Inc. These are product liability lawsuits involving defective Exactech Connexion GXL acetabular polyethylene hip implant liners, Exactech total knee replacement (TKR), and Exactech total ankle (TAR) devices.
As members of the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee, Knoll and Mulligan will be responsible for coordinating pretrial proceedings and discovery on behalf of all plaintiffs represented in the litigation. This is not the first time Mulligan and Knoll have served in litigation leadership positions. They currently serve in court-appointed leadership positions in coordinated federal litigation and multi-county litigation (MCL) pending in New Jersey regarding Strattice hernia mesh injury claims. Mulligan is also currently a court-appointed member of the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee and co-chair of the discovery committee in the Gilead Tenofovir Cases, consolidated in San Francisco Superior Court.
Cohen & Malad, LLP attorneys have built a reputation as national leaders in the field of mass torts, and specifically in fighting for people across the country who have been injured by dangerous drugs and medical devices. They are not afraid to go up against the largest of pharmaceutical and device manufacturers and are tough opponents in the courtroom. If you or someone you know had a hip, knee or ankle replacement involving and Exactech device and suffered a serious injury, contact us for a free case evaluation.