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A Call for Action: Protect and Provide for Healthcare Workers and First Responders amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

As Covid-19 spreads throughout New York City and to the rest of the country, our thoughts and prayers go out to those afflicted with this virus. Additionally, we feel an immense sense of gratitude to have such dedicated First Responders and Healthcare Professionals fighting this disease on the frontlines each day. To that end, we…
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Do You Know Who is Taking Care of You in the Hospital? Part Two

For years, hospitals and medical centers have attempted to limit their financial exposure for the medical malpractice of the professionals who work within their facility. They have attempted to do this by contracting with third-party professional corporations, sometimes local and at other times national corporations. Such corporations provide the services of anesthesiologists, certified registered nurse…
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Traces of Carcinogens Found in Generic Zantac Lead to Global Halt in Shipment

As a result of the discovery of the cancer-causing N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) found in Zantac, manufacture and shipment of both the generic and branded forms of Zantac have been halted by Sandoz, Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline Plc. Here, the pharmaceutical liability attorneys at Sullivan, Papain, Block, McGrath & Cannavo P.C. discuss recent updates to this global halt…
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Johnson & Johnson Order to Pay $300 Million in Talc Damages

In May, a New York jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $325 million in total damages to a woman who claims that the use of its talc-based products caused her to develop a rare and aggressive form of cancer, known as mesothelioma. Johnson & Johnson (J&J) was recently ordered to pay $325 million by…
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New York Supreme Court Appellate Division Sides with SPBMC in Personal Injury Appeal

The New York Supreme Court Appellate Division, Second Department in Brooklyn recently granted Sullivan, Papain, Block, McGrath & Cannavo P.C.’s appeal, filed by Counsel Stephen Glasser, in a personal injury case involving a 22-year-old man who became a quadriplegic after diving into a pool at a rented home in Hampton Bays, New York, when he…
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