This blogger’s work from home experience has included a lot of time with two teenagers.  Granted, two relatively smart, funny, and generally OK to be around teenagers.  But teenagers, nonetheless.  So, I’ve been witness to some true common senseless moments.  Like twenty minutes of trying to start the lawnmower before checking if it had gas. 

The issue of product recalls rears its head a lot in our medical device practice.  Or non-recalls, to be more precise.   In the unsavory world of plaintiff solicitation, we have seen, over and over again, that plaintiff firms and their “phone banks” recruit potential plaintiffs by telling them that devices that remain in their bodies

People have long been fascinated by robots.  Way before the term was coined in a 1920 play or Isaac Asimov popularized it, there were stories about machines that acted like living things.  The droids of Star Wars universe are famed for the likeability and pluck.  However, there is still the specter that some of those

This post is solely by the non-Reed Smith side of the Blog.

There are lots of great pairings.  Bud Abbott and Lou Costello.  Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel.  Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen.  Michael Scott and Dwight Schrute.  Rum and coke.  Chocolate and peanut butter.  Chocolate and pretzels.  Chocolate and strawberries.  Chocolate and wine.  We

More than ten years since the Supreme Court wrote Twombly and Iqbal, the power of those two decisions remains strong enough to roll over almost any claims that dare to show up without supporting facts. The plaintiff in Shapiro v. NuVasive, Inc., 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 191373, at *4-5 (S.D. Fla. Nov. 5,

A couple of weeks ago we compared New Jersey litigation with New Jersey food and decided we liked the food better. No aspersions were intended. After all, we grew up in New Jersey and still worship at the altars of Seton Hall Prep, Bruce Springsteen, and the New York football Giants. Anyway, we might need