Archive for March, 2011

Bloomingdale woman awarded $115,000 in eyelid malpractice suit

It was a mixed decision, as jurors found that Paramus Dr. Paul Parker did deviate from the accepted standard of care in performing the surgery. The panel, however, rejected Marilyn Leisz’ other allegation that she was not fully advised as to the risk of incomplete eye closure as a possible consequence.

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Seeking restitution

In a statement on Monday the Coalition of the 25 January Revolution questioned why ex-president Hosni Mubarak, his family, and leading figures from the regime remain at large though they are suspected of stealing billions of dollars.

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GC Profile: Kim M. Keenan of the NAACP

Kim M. Keenan was appointed general counsel of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in February. She is the youngest attorney and second woman to hold this position in NAACP history. Keenan has served as president of the National Bar Association, the oldest and largest bar association of lawyers of color in the [...]

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Florida Defective Medical Device Law Firm Studying Issues Involving Zimmer Knee Replacement

Palm Beach Gardens product liability lawyers are fielding inquiries regarding the Zimmer NexGen CR-Flex knee replacement from patients concerned with pain, implant failure.

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Jury begins deciding case of woman who can’t close her eyes

Lawyers made closing comments Tuesday in a malpractice case in which a Bloomingdale woman contends a Paramus plastic surgeon failed to warn her of the risk of an eyelid procedure.

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