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20 Times the National Average! CVS Pharmacies Look The Other Way Despite Soaring Demand for Oxycodone
The Wall Street Journal reports that the DEA has revoked controlled-medication licenses of two CVS pharmacies in Sanford, Florida. The stores, says the DEA, sold approximately three million pills of oxycodone in 2011. In the small town of Sanford, that’s 60 pills per person—man,...
In response yesterday’s entry discussing Daniel Fisher’s article on the potential impacts of Concepcion, I got one of the best comments that I’ve ever received on this site. It comes from Portland complex injury and consumer class action attorney David Sugerman, who blogs at...
Leslie Scism of the Wall Street Journal reports that several insurers have filed hundreds of lawsuits during the past two years seeking to cancel life insurance policies that the insurers say were not intended as an "estate planning tool" but rather were crafted to enrich investors speculating on...
The Center for Justice & Democracy, a citizens' advocacy group, isn’t about to back down from British Petroleum, the mega-national corporation that devastated the Gulf Coast.The CJ&D has asked various Gulf Coast attorneys general to launch an immediate investigation into possible conflict...
Taking on the "Big Boys" can be hard. And they don't come bigger than the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. But, one group has decided that enough is enough. Critics of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce filed a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service, charging that the chamber violated tax codes by...