Johnson & Johnson Files Bankruptcy for Subsidiary Handling Talc Liabilities

Personal products manufacturer Johnson & Johnson, after unloading talc liabilities onto a subsidiary, filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for that subsidiary last week. It is anticipated that claimants who filed suit against the company will see lower payouts as a result. Lawyers representing talc claimants had tried to block the corporate restructuring; but in August,[…] Read More

What are Some Injuries Sustained by Teachers?

Teachers serve as role models to children, providing them with education, guidance, and dedication. They deserve to be respected by students, parents, staff members, and administrators, but are sometimes targeted for violence and personal injury. Physical and emotional harm are only part of the picture because unhealthy working environments in schools can cause serious illnesses.[…] Read More