Langdon & Emison publishes a quarterly newsletter dedicated to news of the firm. Besides summaries of previous lawsuits, the newsletter also discusses litigation tips and trends in the marketplace, including defective products and other safety concerns.
Proving damages in TBI cases; using focus groups to inform settlement negotiations; litigating adverse claims; enhancing recovery in tire defect cases; screening checklist for auto defect claims; case results -- $5.3M verdict in Chicago railroad case and $17M judgment in complex defective tire shredder case.
Firm settles GM ignition switch cases; litigating Section 8 housing cases; tire failures and defects; mass torts updates related to 3M Bair Hugger warming blankets, defective hips; hazardous roadway signage; settlements in truck accident cases.
GM ignition switch ruling; dangers of RV fuel systems; litigating Section 8 housing cases; maximizing recoveries in bad faith claims; tire failures and rollover accidents; spotting a product liability claim; courtroom hurdles in traumatic brain injury cases; conspicuity issues in trucking accident cases; mass torts updates related to 3M Biar Hugger warming blankets, talcum powder litigation, Taxotere claims and Zofran.
Takata airbags; passenger van rollover; negligent driving, conspicuity issues and other trucking hazards; jury verdict in traumatic brain injury case; defective dolly wheel hub; electrocution case; RV defects; Bair Hugger warming blankets, IVC filters, defective knee implants and other mass torts.
GM ignition switch; nursing home abuse; tire defects exposed; defective Trinity guardrails; truck accident settlement; tree saddle case; identifying highway shoulder defects; seatbelt trial; dangers of overhead power lines.
Trinity guardrail cases, $27 million negligence verdict against McDonald’s, $4 million taxi crash judgment, Stryker hip settlement, mounting testosterone therapy lawsuits, GM ignition switch and Takata airbag cases.
Testosterone lawsuits; trucking accidents and driver fatigue; Stryker hips; GM’s deadly ignition switch defect; Actos $9 billion verdict