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The title is ridiculous, but unfortunately true.

Muldoon v. DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc., is a suit over “hip-replacement surgery conducted in 2007.”  2024 WL 1892907, at *1 (N.D. Cal. April 30, 2024) (“Muldoon II”).  Suit was not filed, however, until 2015 – undoubtedly Muldoon is another example of the flotsam and jetsam dredged up by MDL lawyer solicitation.Continue Reading 15 Years After the Fact, This MDL Remand Case Is Still at the Pleading Stage

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Each of these cases is significant enough to merit its own post, but since they came down within a week of each other, we’re discussing both of them here.  They are:  Gahl v. Aurora Health Care, Inc. ___ N.W.2d ___, 2023 Wisc. LEXIS 137 (Wis. May 2, 2023), and M.T. v. Walmart Stores, Inc., ___ P.3d ___, 2023 WL 3135662 (Kan. App. April 28, 2023).Continue Reading Two New Appellate COVID-Related Developments

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We are back from a weeklong vacation in Greece, with time split between Athens and a lovely, tiny, lightly-touristed island called Symi.  We offer these observations:

  • It is challenging, but not impossible, to enjoy the copious culinary offerings on international flights without removing one’s N-95 and face shield.
  • The fifteen-hour overnight ferry trip from Athens