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ALM has announced the 2016 Elite Trial Lawyers report, recognizing law firms that achieved high-dollar recoveries for clients and that did some of the most creative work on the plaintiffs side. The report includes two components: a list of the 50 firms with the largest...

The federal agency has moved to prevent nursing homes from forcing claims of elder abuse, sexual harassment and even wrongful death into arbitration. This will affect nursing homes with 1.5 million residents and is the most significant overhaul of the agency’s rules governing federal funding of...

On July 22, 2016, a federal judge signed the final order in the Carter vs. Taurus lawsuit settlement. Taurus, a firearm manufacturer, agreed to recall nine handgun models with alleged defects. These alleged defects can cause inadvertent firing when dropped even with the safety on....

A federal judge has approved the settlement of a lawsuit in which firearms manufacturer Taurus will repair or replace nearly one million pistols that plaintiffs claimed have defects, including one that caused some to inadvertently fire when dropped even if the safety is engaged. Read more...

Final Approval of a Settlement Involving Potentially 960,000 Handguns with a "drop fire" Defect Extended Through July. Gun Owners Should Check Their Guns Against the List at www.TaurusCarterSettlement.com BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- A federal judge in Miami has set a July 18 deadline to...

NEWSWEEK - Judy Price had been walking her dog on a ridge above the Rio Grande the night she got shot with her own gun. It was two days before Thanksgiving 2009, and as she and her Samoyed set off through her Albuquerque, New Mexico,...

After settling a $30 million class action suit over a defective handgun, Taurus International’s chief executive officer said the agreement is a step to rebuild the brand’s credibility. “A company that stands behind its product and is willing to do the right thing for the customer...

A string of faulty product allegations against one of the world’s largest gun manufacturers is reigniting the tension between consumer safety and America’s affection for unregulated firearms. Click here to read more from the International Business Times....