September 23, 2021
The FDA’s Inexcusable Failure to Determine Whether Juul “Benefits Public Health”
Last week, the FDA faced a court-imposed deadline on marketing applications from Juul and hundreds of other e-cigarette/vaping companies.  Many rejections were issued, but the decision on the biggest and most powerful company, Juul, was delayed again.
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August 23, 2021
Insurer’s Liability for Bad Faith
Most states mandate insurance coverage for vehicles and many people purchase additional insurance in order to protect themselves in the case of damage, total loss, and personal injuries.
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June 17, 2021
The Benefits and Risks with Telehealth
It is no secret that, at its height, the COVID-19 pandemic stripped society of all sense of normalcy.
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January 12, 2021
Tilting at Windmills: Fee Shifting in Section 220 Litigation
Stockholders in Delaware corporations carry a default right of access to corporate books and records. Corporations that choose to incorporate in Delaware, however, try to have their cake and eat it, too.
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December 10, 2020
Diagnosis and Treatment for Concussions and Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries
A concussion is defined as a traumatic brain injury (“TBI”) that affects brain function. TBI’s are considered “mild” when there are no skull fractures or brain lacerations.
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October 8, 2020
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder from Motor Vehicle Collisions
The often violent and sudden force can be emotionally shocking and frightening. Knowing this, it is no surprise that many victims of motor vehicle collisions experience mental and emotional trauma as well.
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August 20, 2020
New Jersey Survivors of Sexual Abuse Can Now Seek Justice
Before 2019, New Jersey survivors of clerical sex abuse who did not file at the time of their abuse were barred from filing a lawsuit by the “statute of limitations”.
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August 3, 2020
All Rise for the Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury – Juries in the time of COVID
Jury trials mesmerize the world and they ought to.  They churn the wheels of our legal system. The right to a jury is preserved in three of the first seven amendments to the United States Constitution. 
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July 28, 2020
Why People Hire Personal Injury Lawyers - When They Thought They Never Would
New clients often say to me, “I never thought I would hire a personal injury lawyer.” There can be misconceptions about injury cases that have been magnified by advertisements and lobbying efforts.
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July 20, 2020
Ford Unable to Avoid Landmark Verdict in Asbestos Trial
On March 3, 2020, the Delaware Superior Court upheld a $40.625 million jury verdict won by the Dalton and Balick law firms, along with co-counsel from New York’s Weitz & Luxenberg.
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