How the #MeToo Movement is Breaking the Silence on Arbitration Clauses

Without question, the #MeToo movement has been one of the most impactful and important social campaigns in recent memory. It’s…

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PFAS: The Next Michigan Water Crisis

“Pure Michigan” is one of the longest running and most successful tourism ad campaigns in recent memory, showcasing the scenic…

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Doctors Received Millions to Promote Essure

We don’t often think of drugs and medical devices in the same way we think of consumer products like Coca-Cola…

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Monsanto Must Answer for Roundup Cancer Cases

 

“Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light.” – George Washington

For years, Monsanto has publicly…

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Trump Administration Wants to Make Asbestos Great Again

At one time, asbestos was among the most common building materials, used for insulation and as an additive for cement.…

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Amazon, Walmart Patent Tech to Constantly Monitor Employees

Keeping a close eye on employees is nothing new. Security cameras, timeclocks, and human supervision have long been necessary tools…

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Department of Justice Settlement Opens the Door for 3D Printed Guns

The debate over gun control in America has been raging for decades, with no end in sight. While the ability…

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Tipping the Scales of Justice

It’s becoming increasingly more difficult (it seems by the day) to seek redress for wrongs through the judicial system.  Litigants…

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Connecticut Medicaid No Longer Covering Essure Birth Control

Over the past few years, Bayer has been pulling their Essure permanent birth control devices off the market in countries…

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Aspirin Just as Effective as Xarelto for Preventing Clots after Hip, Knee Surgery Study Shows

One way pharmaceutical companies justify expensive and potentially dangerous drugs is that they fulfill a need that no other product…

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