Asacol Antitrust Litigation – United Food and Commercial Workers Unions and Employers Midwest Health Benefits Fund, et. al. v. Allergan, PLC
Asacol is an ulcerative colitis drug taken keep the chronic symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome in remission. In July 2013, a generic version of Asacol should have entered the market, however, because of defendants’ anticompetitive schemes to manipulate drug availability, a generic version does not exist and consumers are paying supracompetitive prices for the drug. Read more »
Archstone Litigation -- Stender v. Archstone Smith Operating Trust, et al.
On November 30, 2007, Wexler Wallace instituted litigation on behalf of a class of investors who had negotiated for securities with certain essential characteristics, only to see those characteristics stripped away through a merger transaction in which the investors had no say. The complaint alleges, among other things, breaches of fiduciary duty, breach of contract and civil conspiracy. Read more »
Wexler Wallace LLP is currently evaluating cases on behalf of individuals who have been injured after being implanted with the Essure device. Essure is a means of permanent contraception for women which is marketed as a less expensive, easier and safer alternative to the permanent contraception/sterilization methods of the past. In reality, it has lead to vast, serious complications, including, but not limited to device migration, organ perforation, and the need for additional surgery. Read more »
Wexler Wallace is currently representing individuals who are or have taken Invokana and experienced complications or side effects from taking the drug. The FDA has cautioned patients to be aware of the potential link between Invokana and diabetic ketoacidosis – a condition of high levels of acid accumulating in the blood. Read more »
Low-Testosterone "Low T" Lawsuit
Wexler Wallace represents men who have suffered serious side effects arising from the use of testosterone products, including heart attack, an increased risk of stroke, and blood clots. Read more »
How Do We Stop Big Banks Like Wells Fargo from Avoiding Liability for Fraud?
Over the past five years, Wells Fargo opened more than 2 million bogus deposit and credit card accounts in its customers’ names without their knowle...
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Keep the Sun Shining In
Open Payments—a program created by the Affordable Care Act—aims to provide transparency in the health care industry by publishing data on payments made to p...
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The Rising Cost of Privacy
A few months ago, the FCC voted for new broadband privacy rules to take effect. The rules would require Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like Comcast and AT&am...
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