The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a recall of additional lots of the blood pressure medication Losartan on March 15. In announcing the voluntary recall, federal regulators and Legacy Pharmaceuticals Packaging, LLC, the drug's manufacturer, said that it may have been contaminated by a cancer-causing chemical.
Houston, TX...The Energy Capital of the World houses the headquarters of more than 500 oil and gas exploration and production firms in the country. With this concentration of chemicals comes the risks of contamination or exposure. Unfortunately, a fire at the Intercontinental Terminals Company located in Deer Park, a suburb of Houston, caused elevated levels of Benzene in the area on Thursday morning.
Welcome to our final entry of the series on the discovery process in Texas court. As you know, discovery is where both parties gather information before a trial to facilitate a smooth and simple process. By this point the compilation of information is nearly complete through interrogatories, and request for production, disclosure, and admission. And now, depositions are the final part of discovery.
Early this month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a recall of birth control pills manufactured by the Apotex Corporation due to a packaging error.
Here is part four of our 5-part series on the discovery process in Texas court. Before parties go to trial, they gather information from each other so the trial can go as smooth as possible. Today we'll learn about "request for admission."
If you live in the greater Houston area, you know that truck accidents happen far too often. Every year, hundreds of people lose their lives, and thousands suffer injuries in these crashes. Perhaps you managed to escape becoming a part of the yearly statistics so far, but your luck could run out.
Welcome to part three of our 5-part series on the discovery process in Texas Court. We've learned of the discovery process where parties gather information from each other before going to trial in the form of written questions (interrogatories) and hard data (request for production). Once these actions are complete, we move on to "request for disclosure."
Welcome back! Here is part two of our 5-part series on the discovery process in Texas Court. Discovery is the stage where parties gather information from each other before going to trial. After the parties submit written questions to each other regarding clarity in the case (interrogatories), the next phase is "request for production."