Stryker Hip Lawsuits: Rhonda Stryker Does It Again

It was less than a year ago – just before Thanksgiving Day of 2013 – that company director Rhonda Stryker, granddaughter of the company's founder, sold 14,000 shares of her company stock. This happened just as a number of Stryker hip lawsuits were moving forward – and shortly after her company was required to pay over $13 million in order to settle charges by the federal government over allegations of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. It was predicted at that time that Stryker hip lawsuits would cost her firm up to $1 billion.


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Testosterone: Another Consequence

“T-pushers” continue to hype their products to normal, healthy men who are encouraged to “T it up,” despite continuing news about the potential adverse consequences to a user’s health. These include increased risk of heart attack, stroke and even developing prostate cancer. It's still a big seller, however, even while the number of lawsuits against these manufacturers continues to grow.

A recent Swiss study now strongly suggests that the overuse of testosterone could have consequences for society as a whole.

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FDA Finally Poses The Hard Questions on Testosterone

It's no secret that Americans – held captive by a corporate, for-profit health care “system” (the ACA notwithstanding) – are the most over-medicated people on the planet. In its insatiable quest to maximize profits at any cost, Big Pharma will “identify” or even create so-called “conditions” and “health problems,” then use fear to sell patients their solutions – which, more often than not, cause side effects ranging from mildly irritating to deadly.

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Designed to Fail: How UBS Misused Leverage and Maximized Risks For Investors

Levin, Papantonio lawyer Peter Mougey recently filed a claim on behalf of 125 UBS Puerto Rican investors in UBS bond funds, which claim reveals how UBS knowingly and methodically mishandled, misrepresented , over-leveraged and over-promised the people who offered them their trust. Thousands of Puerto Rican investors have now lost a lifetime of savings. Through the FINRA arbitration system, these investors seek to recover their life savings.

By Peter Mougey

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Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit: Big Wins, but Mixed Results Overall

Less than two weeks after Boston Scientific prevailed in a transvaginal mesh lawsuit in Massachusetts, a Dallas jury hit the company for $73 million. The verdict came relatively quickly; according to media sources, the jury was in deliberation for no more than three hours - and the verdict was unanimous. 

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The Power of Suggestion: Lawyer Brandon Bogle On The Truth Behind ‘Low T’

With the September 17th recommendations from a panel of Food and Drug Administration advisors that the agency impose strict new limitations on the multi-billion dollar testosterone drug industry, the secret behind the marketing of these products, like AndroGel®, has been revealed. The smoke and mirrors pitch that these drugs will help the average male feel more alive, more energetic, and more youthful has been sufficiently debunked.

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