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Twelve MichieHamlett Attorneys Named to 2020 Super Lawyers

By MichieHamlett Attorneys At Law |

MichieHamlett Attorneys at Law is proud to announce that twelve of its attorneys have been named to the 2020 Super Lawyers list. The attorneys identified as either Rising Stars or Super Lawyers include Ed Lowry, Ron Tweel,Jim Cox, Bryan Slaughter, Greg Webb, Lee Livingston, David Thomas, Kyle McNew, Les Bowers, Jason Seiden, Anthony Russell… Read More »

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FDA calls for heartburn drug Zantac to be pulled from market immediately

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The US Food and Drug Administration is requesting that manufacturers pull all prescription and over-the-counter ranitidine drugs, known by the brand name Zantac, from the market immediately, the agency announced on Wednesday, April 1st, 2020. CNN reports that the FDA noted that an ongoing investigation has determined that levels of a contaminant in the… Read More »

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Troubled Children’s Hospital Is Sued Over Toddler Who Died After Surgery

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Press Release We are releasing this information as a response to the numerous inquiries from the press about this case. This is a case in which multiple physicians – individuals who had devoted their lives to helping sick children, who were among the most vulnerable members of our society – abdicated their fiduciary, legal,… Read More »

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Are Corporations Treating Our Troops (And You) Fairly?

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By Greg Webb, March 20, 2015 Mandatory arbitration—you may not know what it is, but you have mostly likely signed a contract agreeing to accept arbitration as an alternative to a lawsuit in the case of a grievance. A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau study, released this week, found that among consumers whose credit card… Read More »

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Volkswagen Emissions Lawsuits

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MichieHamlett vehicle defect attorneys have filed cases in federal court involving Volkswagen cars with emission systems defeat devices. The news broke on Friday, Sept. 18, 2015, that German automaker Volkswagen has been programming more than 11 million vehicles worldwide, nearly 500,000 of those vehicles in the United States, to cheat on tests by emitting… Read More »

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Is Chrysler Hiding a Major Defect in its Power Modules?

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By Greg Webb, November 10, 2014 Car windows rolling down, radios coming on, headlights flashing on in an unoccupied car, or going off while driving at night—it sounds more like Halloween pranks than a serious problem that Chrysler has been ignoring, or denying.  For several years now, Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep owners have been… Read More »

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What We Don’t Know About E-Cigarettes – – Let’s Flip the Script

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We are talk about e-cigarettes again—this is going to be an ongoing topic in health, regulatory, and marketing news until we’re able to fully understand the long-range implications of vaping, which involves the inhaling of liquid nicotine. The latest story to catch my attention states that e-cigarettes are 95% less harmful than the traditional… Read More »

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Airbag Recalls Again: GM and Component Manufacturer Takata, by Greg Webb

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By Greg Webb, October 10, 2014 Airbags are in the news as both GM and Japanese manufacturer Takata deal with defective airbags. GM has ordered a halt in sales of 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize pickup trucks. And there is renewed attention on Takata airbags, used primarily in Honda vehicles. “Documents filed… Read More »

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E-cigarettes: Tobacco Industry Using Chemicals to Boost Nicotine Addiction

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Thanks to a 1998 lawsuit, the internal documents from the tobacco industry are available to the public.  Those documents are astounding in their scope, and are a convincing indictment of the Tobacco Industry.  A group of researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health, led by Hillel R. Alpert, ScD, have poured over and… Read More »

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AT&T Manipulating Internet Speeds Causes FCC to Come Down Hard

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The story of AT&T’s manipulation of internet speeds reeks of greed and arrogance, not to mention a blatant disregard of the rules.  Let this be a wake-up call for all the other broadband providers out there that seek to play fast and loose with consumers. The FCC is [now] paying attention. Recently the FCC… Read More »

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