Developments in the Rouviere v. DePuy litigation have already produced two of our blogposts.  Rouviere v. DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc., 471 F. Supp.3d 571 (S.D.N.Y. 2020), which we discussed here, produced one of the first major decisions of the COVID-19 pandemic on remote depositions as the “new normal.”  Then, Rouviere v. DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc.

Now that a childhood COVID-19 vaccine has received FDA approval, the vaccination of school-aged minors is underway.  Just as vaccination requirements for adults have prompted a wave of litigation, we expect the same with respect to COVID-19 vaccination as a prerequisite to attending primary schools.  But with a twist.  Unlike adults who ignore mandatory

LinkedIn has become one of the preferred ways of corporate communication.  Our own firm encourages us to maintain LinkedIn profiles and use them as a way of networking with clients and potential clients.  That’s all well and good.  But as with all public social media platforms, users – particularly corporate users – need to be

Thanksgiving is somehow just around the corner. Your bloggers are, of course, thankful for you, our loyal readers. And we want to give you – or at least those of you who may need more CLE credit before year-end — something to be thankful for as well. So we are pleased to announce that Reed

Ever since our Bone Screw days, when we used the strategy to great effect, we’ve rooted for defendants undertaking to beat post-MDL remand plaintiffs in guerrilla litigation in numerous courts across the country.  The way to do it is twofold:  On the one hand the defendant creates litigation uncertainty by hemming the other side in