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Sean P. Wajert, an attorney based in Philadelphia, concentrates his practice on the defense of companies in the chemical, energy, consumer product, drug and medical device industries.
I wanted to remind readers know that I will be speaking in an upcoming Strafford live phone/web seminar entitled "Medical Monitoring in Products Liability Claims: Challenges for Plaintiffs and Defendants" scheduled for Tuesday, March 20, 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT. We have posted on a number of...
A New Jersey federal court last week declined to certify a proposed class in a suit over alleged defects in the Zune MP3 player's display screen. See Maloney, et al. v. Microsoft Corp., No. 3:09-cv-02047 (D.N.J. 2012). Readers may recall we blogged about this case when...
A state's supreme court ruled earlier this month that the filing of a putative class action in another state does not stop the clock on the running of the Virginia statute of limitations for absent class members. See Casey v. Merck & Co., No. 111438 (Va., 3/2/12). The...
I wanted to let readers know that I will be speaking in an upcoming Strafford live phone/web seminar entitled "Medical Monitoring in Products Liability Claims: Challenges for Plaintiffs and Defendants" scheduled for Tuesday, March 20, 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT. We have posted on a number of...
The traditional single claim rule requires a plaintiff to bring at one time a suit for all the injuries arising from the same accident or incident, or risk being barred. In the toxic tort context, the issue is complicated by the fact that an exposure may put a plaintiff at risk...