Eric Garner, Michael Brown and You

December 10, 2014

The deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown have brought several topics to the forefront of public discussion in recent weeks. Questions of racial profiling, discrimination and the threat of an increasing police state have bubbled up into the public[...]

Simplifying with Cutti and Rule 701

November 11, 2014

Last month, the Supreme Court decided not to review a decision involving lay witness opinion testimony. The case – Cuti v. United States, 720 F.3d 453 (2nd Cir. 2013) – may be valuable for anyone who is involved in complex[...]

Getting Outside of the Office: Support the Children’s Research Fund Junior Board at Cocktails for a Cause

November 04, 2014

In addition to my passion for helping injured plaintiffs through my role as an associate attorney with Wexler Wallace’s mass torts practice, I am passionate about helping to improve the quality of health care delivered to pediatric patients through my[...]

Arbitration Clauses: Coming Soon to an Online Customer Service Agreement Near You

October 29, 2014

Earlier this year, I wrote about the online storage company Dropbox adding an arbitration clause to its customer service agreement. It seems Dropbox is in very good company on the Internet these days. According to New York Times blog “The[...]

Generic Drug Labeling: The Saga Continues

October 22, 2014

Almost a year ago, I eagerly wrote about the FDA’s proposed rule that would permit generic drug manufacturers to unilaterally change the warnings on their product labels, effectively overturning the Supreme Court’s decision in PLIVA v. Mensing. Currently, a generic[...]

You Might Be Able to Avoid Forced Arbitration, Even in 2014

October 06, 2014

The Seventh Circuit has recently upheld litigants’ rights to pursue their claims in court rather than in arbitration in two cases: Druco Restaurants, Inc. v. Steak ‘n Shake Enterprises, Inc. et al., No. 13-3489, 2014 U.S. App. LEXIS 16869 (7th[...]