In this article, Paul Miller examines how Abilify, a popularly prescribed drug often used to treat a variety of psychiatric illnesses, has been found to cause compulsive behaviour such as problem gambling.
Howie, Sacks & Henry took home two marketing awards at the Legal Marketing Association gala
In this article, Valerie Lord and Paul Miller discuss how product liability claims in Canada most often involve allegations of negligence, incl. negligent design, negligent manufacturing, and/or a failure to warn.
HSH has launched a comprehensive consumer awareness campaign to better inform and educate Canadians about the risks of defective hernia mesh products and how victims may be eligible to participate in the hernia mesh lawsuit in Canada.
CTV reports on Dawn Green’s lawsuit, the first in Canada against the manufacture of Morcellator in Canada.
Howie, Sacks & Henry and Waddell Phillips have launched a Canada-wide class action litigation against the makers of St. Jude Defibrillator products known as the Fortify, Fortify Assura, Fortify Assura MP, Unify, Unify Assura and Unify Quadra.
In this article, Paul Miller reviews some damaging “out of character” actions some people face while on Abilify and how to know if you may have a legal case.
In this article, Paul Miller reviews occupations that may lead to asbestos exposure and a mesothelioma cancer diagnosis.
In this article, Valerie Lord reviews the key differences between mass tort litigation and class actions.
In this article, Paul Miller explains why the recall of some power morcellators could not have come soon enough, and what to do if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with certain types of cancers following surgeries where these tools were used.