Category Archives: Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation lawyers representing large and small businesses, corporations, developers and individuals in a range of commercial litigation issues.

Did Unregistered Brokers Sell Woodbridge Securities to Florida Residents?

It happened over the radio, over the internet, in TV ads and in retirement classes at a Florida university. “Safe and secure” investments were doled out to unsuspecting investors looking to make a steady return, but those securities were fraudulent. Now, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has gotten involved, and many Floridians may be discovering that they were…
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Medical Insiders Still Coming Forward to Reveal Johnson & Johnson’s Negligence

According to ABC News, insiders and consultants for Johnson & Johnson from across the globe have recently come forward to reveal how corrupt the company’s actions were in regards to the defective hip implant DePuy ASR. Dr. Antoni Nargol, a consultant orthopedic surgeon at the University Hospital of North Tees in North England, is one of the surgeons who worked…
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Research Shows Pradaxa is the Most Complained About Drug in the US

According to ABC 7 Detroit, Pradaxa, a popular blood thinner, is the most complained about drug in the United States. Pradaxa is used to treat atrial fibrillation, a heart condition that significantly increases the risk of stroke. Research found more complaints were filed with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) about Pradaxa than any other prescription drug, in both 2011…
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Two Killed in Florida Plane Crash While Filming Movie

According to the NYDailyNews.com, a movie shoot’s grand finale turned fatal after two people were killed in a plane crash in Summerfield, Florida. Authorities said a single-engine plane plunged nose-first in a Summerfield airfield on April 6, killing the pilot and his passenger, who were both involved in shooting the science-fiction thriller, “What Tomorrow Brings”. Witnesses told Marion County Sheriff’s…
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Three Cruise Ship Norovirus Outbreaks Sickens Hundreds of Passengers and Crew

Three separate outbreaks of norovirus that affected more than 100 people each have been reported aboard two cruise liners, Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruise, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Two of the ill-fated cruises struck Royal Caribbean’s Grandeur of the Seas. During the ship’s April 5-12 cruise, over 100 of the nearly 3,000 passengers and…
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Three Dead and Three Injured in Fatal Lanai Plane Crash

According to KHON Local 2, three people were killed and three others injured after a Maui County chartered plane crashed and burst into flames on Lanai on February 26. The incident happened only one mile from the airport. Maui County officials said the deceased included a Maui Air pilot and two Department of Planning employees. Three crash survivors were airlifted…
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