Featured cases //

In re Nexium Antitrust Litigation
Wexler Wallace LLP, along with its co-counsel, filed a case on behalf of a class of end-payors (i.e., consumers and third-party payors, such as employee benefit funds and insurers) against AstraZeneca for allegedly entering into non-competition agreements with a number of generic pharmaceutical manufacturers in order to delay market entry of generic versions of its blockbuster drug Nexium.
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Robert Brown, et al. v. Electrolux Home Products, Inc., d/b/a Frigidaire
Wexler Wallace filed a class action lawsuit against Electrolux Home Products, Inc., alleging that certain models of their Frigidaire-branded front-loading washing machines contained a defect which allowed mold, mildew, and “biofilm” to grow inside the machines. The “biofilm” produces a noxious odor that permeates the washing machines, as well as consumers’ clothing and homes. Plaintiffs allege that they and class members have spent money on repairs and other purported remedies, but none have eliminated the odor problems or “biofilm” growth.
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Featured Investigations //

Xarelto Litigation
Xarelto, one of a new class of anticoagulants (blood thinners), has been linked to a large number of injuries requiring hospitalizations with some resulting in deaths. Like all blood thinners, Xarelto can cause serious internal bleeding in some. Xarelto bleeding is difficult to stop, as there is currently no known reversal agent for this occurrence, therefore hemorrhaging will continue until the drug is cleared from the system. Wexler Wallace LLP is providing case evaluations for individuals who may have been injured while taking Xarelto.
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Jammal v. American Family Insurance
Wexler Wallace LLP is currently taking discovery in a class action lawsuit on behalf of current and former insurance agents hired by American Family Insurance. The case seeks certification of a nationwide class of current and former American Family insurance agents who were denied benefits under the Employment Retirement Income Security Act. The Complaint alleges that American Family improperly classifies its agents as independent contractors when they are actually employees, exercising complete control over every important aspect of the agent-employees’ businesses.
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Recent Blog Posts //

A Fish Story
02/27/2015
In the timeless words of Dr. Seuss, “From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere.”[1] On February 25, 2015, the United States Supre
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Direct-to-Consumer Advertising: Is Less Really More?
02/12/2015
At the heart of a case involving a prescription drug is the question of risks – what risks exist, what risks were known, and what risks were warned about. All
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New Rules for Clinical Trial Transparency: Did the NIH and FDA Provide a Solution or Merely Identify a Problem?
12/17/2014
Clinical trials—or the lack thereof—often play a central role in cases involving dangerous drugs and medical devices. If and when manufacturers had knowledg
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