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Federal Judge: 3M Must Face Plaintiffs in Military Earplugs Cases

Posted on July 29th, 2020

U.S. District Court Judge M. Casey Rodgers made the first substantial ruling in thousands of cases filed against 3M for hearing damage caused by faulty earplugs. In her decision, issued Friday, July 24, Judge Rodgers found that 3M cannot use a government contractor defense to avoid accountability in court.  The ruling is a significant victory… Read More


Missouri Courts Plan Re-Opening

Posted on July 29th, 2020

When coronavirus arrived in the United States in March, effects of the lockdown crippled both the public and private sectors. The nation’s court system was no exception, as in-person hearings and jury trials were halted across the country. Civil and criminal cases were delayed, leaving both plaintiffs and defendants in legal limbo for months.  For… Read More


Modavari Forrest Live Edge Benches Recalled Due to Tipping Danger

Posted on June 29th, 2020

About 5,400 Modavari Forrest Live Edge Benches sold at Fred Meyer and Smith’s Marketplace stores have been recalled after two injuries were reported due to the benches’ instability.  The benches, which were imported from India by Furniture Connexion, Inc. of Portland, Oregon, are printed with model number LE6on the carton. The Modavari Forrest Live Edge… Read More


OnderLaw, Crump say Roundup Settlement is a Bad Deal for Victims

Posted on June 26th, 2020

June 25, 2020                       National Civil Rights and Personal Injury Attorney Ben Crump Says Roundup Weedkiller Settlement is Bad Deal for Victims, Pledges to Fight On Crump says Bayer-Monsanto taking advantage of COVID exhaustion, economic strain to push inadequate settlements on the most vulnerable workers Nationally renowned civil rights and personal injury attorney Ben Crump has… Read More


Johnson & Johnson Loses Appeal in Talc Case

Posted on June 25th, 2020

The Missouri Court of Appeals has denied Johnson & Johnson’s attempt to overturn a jury’s decision to award 22 women billions of dollars in compensation for ovarian cancer caused by talc in Johnson’s Baby Powder. The ruling, which upheld the verdict and lowered the original $4.69 billion award to $2.12 billion, will likely bode well… Read More


Johnson & Johnson Pulls Talc from Shelves for Good

Posted on May 21st, 2020

    At OnderLaw, we’ve long said our primary goals are to fight for justice for our clients and hold companies accountable when they put profits over people. This week’s news that Johnson & Johnson has removed its talc-based Johnson’s Baby Powder from the consumer market is a win of historic proportions — not only… Read More


Path Lights Sold at Home Depot Recalled for Electric Shock Risk

Posted on May 20th, 2020

Hampton Bay, Patriot Lighting, and Paradise light kits with power supplied by Sterno Home LED have been recalled due to a plug defect that poses the potential for electric shock. The recall was initiated by the manufacturer, Sterno Home, Inc., which is based in Canada. Approximately 77,000 Patriot Light Kits, Model 3434114, sold at U.S.… Read More


Swurfer Kiwi Baby and Toddler Swing Recalled for Fall Hazard

Posted on May 18th, 2020

About 3,000 Swurfer Kiwi toddler and baby swings have been recalled after the company received six reports of swings’ ropes detaching and creating fall hazards. Though no injuries have been reported, the company has pulled the swings, which retailed for approximately $80, from Swurfer.com, FlyBar.com, Amazon.com, Walmart.com and at nationwide retail outlets, where they were… Read More


Documents Prove 3M Knew Combat Arms Earplugs were Defective

Posted on May 14th, 2020

Documents unsealed by a Florida court confirm that 3M officials not only knew that their Combat Arms earplugs (CAEv2) were defective, but they withheld that information from both the military and from soldiers whose hearing was damaged as a result. This information may be particularly damning for the company in light of more than 150,000… Read More


Bayer Uses COVID-19 to Backpedal Roundup Settlement Negotiations

Posted on April 29th, 2020

OnderLaw continues to fight for Roundup glyphosate cancer victims. Wednesday, April 29, 2020 – Though a shareholder board meeting this week has put pressure on Bayer to settle nearly 100,000 lawsuits filed on behalf of cancer victims, Bayer attorneys are now taking advantage of court delays to offer victims even less in compensation. Over the last… Read More


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