September 26, 2019

In the News Today – September 26, 2019

New Study Finds Big Swing in Judicial Decisions After Election: A new report from Texas-based lawyer for the Haynes and Boone law firm released a report that found major differences in appellate decisions after last year’s election changed the partisan makeup of the state’s appellate benches. (Texas Lawyer)

Funders, Advertisers “Pouring Money” Into Medical Device Litigation: Panelists at a conference this week documented how litigation funders and advertisers are increasingly investing in medical device mass tort litigation. Included in this strategy is the use of ads that one panelist said “look like public health warnings, even government public health warnings.” (MedTech Dive)

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