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Prescription for Trouble

November 14, 2002 - When the pharmaceutical-giant Merck pulled its blockbuster pain medication Vioxx off the market in late September, it became the largest prescription drug recall in history. Read More



A Raw Deal for Workers and Consumers

November 1, 2002 - In August 2001, the managing director of the National Arbitration Forum gave a detailed interview for Metropolitan Corporate Counsel magazine. He explained how corporations could use... Read More



In Pursuit of Justice…Jere Beasley

November 1, 2002 - This country is full of champions for the “little guy,” but there is perhaps no more tireless an advocate than Alabama trial lawyer Jere Beasley. Back in 1998, the Montgomery... Read More



Take It or Leave It…Arbitration

November 1, 2002 - In October 1995, Saint Clair Adams applies for a sales counselor job at Circuit City in Santa Rosa, California. He was offered a position in the small office/home office department and... Read More



U.S. BUSINESS NEWS Judge Cuts Verdict Against Exxon In Alabama Case

October 1, 2002 - A Montgomery, Ala., judge slashed a jury verdict against Exxon Mobil Corp. to. Read More



Industry group warns of air bag fraud with some used cars

August 15, 2002 - Vehicles in which air bags have been deployed are sometimes refurbished with false or faulty replacements and resold to unsuspecting customers, the Automotive Occupant Restraints Council... Read More



40 Under 40

July 29, 2002 - In 2002, the National Law Journal selected Beasley Allen Managing Shareholder for inclusion on its "40 Under 40" list, recognizing the most successful young litigators in America. The... Read More



GM Hit with $122 Million Head Injury Verdict

June 10, 2002 - An Alabama jury has awarded a $122 million dollar verdict to a boy who suffered permanent brain damage in a high-speed, head-on collision, when the passenger compartment of the Oldsmobile... Read More



Nursing Home Neglect: Part 2

May 30, 2002 - The battle between trial lawyers and the Alabama Nursing Home Association intensifies and some say patients and their families are caught in the middle. Read More



Nursing Home Abuse Growing Problem

May 29, 2002 - A congressional investigation revealed elderly people were abused in nearly one-third of the nation's nursing homes in the past two years. Read More


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