Claims Arising From Howmedica’s CerviCore Study Time-Barred, Calif. Federal Judge Rules

Personal injury and breach of contract claims asserted against Howmedica Osteonics Corp. in connection with a CerviCore human study are time-barred under California law because the plaintiffs were on notice of their claims by 2010, a federal judge has ruled.

Continue Reading

Become a HarrisMartin Subscriber and Gain Access to Over 15,000 Articles and Court Documents.
From $495 per year!


Benzene & Emerging Toxic Torts Litigation

Defendants Oppose Motion to Remand PCBs Exposure Suit, Say They Acted Under Direction of Federal Government

Benzene & Emerging Toxic Torts Litigation

Family of Former Machinist, Chevron USA Inc. Reach Settlement Agreement in Benzene Case; Claims Dismissed

Reinsurance & Arbitration

Transfercom Appealing Ill. Federal Judge’s Remand of Pine Top Reinsurance Action

Reinsurance & Arbitration

Celanese Urges Texas Court to Impose Sanctions on Resolute for Frivolous Filing

Upcoming Conferences

Conference Materials

Missed a HarrisMartin CLE Conference? You can purchase the materials presented at all HarrisMartin events.
Click here to purchase