By | July 3, 2017

When It Comes to NY Clergy Abuse, Is Legal Representation Better Than the Church’s IRCP?

After enrolling 145 survivors in its first few months of operation, the Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program (IRCP) has entered Phase 2. The program, founded by Archbishop of New York Timothy Cardinal… Read More

By | May 31, 2017

Tracking the Opioid Epidemic Back to Its Source

The death-toll of the opioid epidemic continues to set sinister records. For the third year in a row, Maine is looking at an all-time-high for overdose deaths. In 2016, the rural state… Read More

By | November 12, 2015

New Movie Puts Critical ‘Spotlight’ on Sexual Abuse

The new movie ‘Spotlight’ opens nationwide on Friday. It tells the true story of The Boston Globe’s “Spotlight” team and their coverage of the Massachusetts Catholic sex abuse scandal in 2002. The… Read More

By | June 22, 2015

Judge Rules Syngenta Corn Lawsuits to Proceed in Both Federal, State Courts

The federal corn multidistrict litigation against Syngenta over its marketing practices of genetically modified corn seed is progressing. In May, Judge John Lungstrum ordered that two of the hundreds of cases filed… Read More

By | February 24, 2015

Shareholder Jayne Conroy Plays Major Role on Corn Litigation Plaintiff’s Executive Committee

Earlier this year, my colleague, shareholder Jayne Conroy was appointed to the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee (PEC) for the pending multidistrict litigation (MDL) against Syngenta Seeds Inc. concerning its genetically modified corn. Farmers… Read More

By | February 24, 2015

Shareholder Jayne Conroy Plays Major Role on Corn Litigation Plaintiff’s Executive Committee

Earlier this year, my colleague, shareholder Jayne Conroy was appointed to the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee (PEC) for the pending multidistrict litigation (MDL) against Syngenta Seeds Inc. concerning its genetically modified corn. Farmers… Read More

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