Month: November 2019

Carma Henson Speaks at AAJ Discovery Masters Class Seminar

On November 21, 2019, Attorney Carma L. Henson, along with other plaintiff lawyers, presented at the American Advocates for Justice (AAJ) “Discovery Masters Class: Overcoming Obstructive Discovery Seminar” in Washington, DC, discussing tactics to overcome obstructive discovery tactics. Carma spoke on two topics including: Attorneys Duties When Responding to Discovery (ethics) Prohibited Objections: Written Discovery …

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OMNI Artificial Hip Replacement System Susceptible to Failure

According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, each year approximately 400,000 people undergo total hip replacement surgeries. While a hip replacement is intended to increase a patient’s mobility and quality of life, unfortunately, that is not always the case. In some instances, hip implants such as the OMNI (K2 or Apex K2) artificial …

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Members of Congress Hope to Build Smarter Cars to Prevent Drunk Driving

Earlier this month, Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico and Senator Rick Scott of Florida introduced legislation that would require all new cars and trucks to come with special alcohol detection systems by 2024. Under the Reduce Impaired Driving for Everyone Act of 2019, the “RIDE Act,” $10 million would be allocated to continue government-funded …

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