John E. Keefe, Jr. and Patrick J. Bartels announce Liana M. Nobile as new associate to Keefe Bartels. Liana concentrates her practice in class action and personal injury litigation.
The New Jersey Law Journal formally announced that attorney Joshua Kincannon is a recipient of one of this year's New Leaders of the Bar awards.
An Essex County, New Jersey jury awarded a Newark man $785,000 for being wrongfully arrested and imprisoned for 490 days for crimes he did not commit.
The Law offices of Keefe Bartels announce that six of their attorneys have been selected as 2014 New Jersey Super Lawyers.
Keefe Bartels is investigating alleged claims of serious and sometimes fatal side effects suffered by patients who were prescribed "Low T" drugs for testosterone therapy, or TT.
John E. Keefe, Jr. and Patrick J. Bartels announce Danyelle Shapiro as new associate to Keefe Bartels. Danyelle concentrates her practice in class action litigation.
John E. Keefe, Jr. and Patrick J. Bartels announce John E. Gregory, Jr. as new partner to Keefe Bartels.
Keefe Bartels is pleased to announce that John E. Keefe, Jr. was recently elected to The Fellows of the American Bar Foundation.
Five lots of Stryker's OASYS Midline Occiput Plate systems were recalled indicating post-operative fracture of the pin that connects the tulip head to the plate body . The devices were used from April 23, 2010 through February 12, 2013.
Dog bites can be excruciating, shocking and frightening. If you've been bitten by a dog, you must stay calm and obtain medical care as quickly as possible.
Today, the New Jersey Law Journal announced that attorney Jennifer Harwood will receive one of this year's New Leaders of the Bar awards.
Medtronic recalled its MiniMed Paradigm Insulin Infusion devices due to a safety issue that may result in patients experiencing hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia, which can lead to severe illness or death.
GranuFlo is a drug that was widely used in kidney dialysis procedures prior to being recalled by the Food and Drug Administration in 2012.
The number of law suits filed against GranuFlo manufacturer, Fesenius Medical Care, continues to rise
A California Judge denied Johnson & Johnson's subsidiary DePuy Inc.'s motion to overturn
an $8.26 million judgment awarded to hip implant-recipient Loren Kransky.
Stryker Hip Implant Litigation Update: Joshua S. Kincannon, Esq. appointed to serve on science committee of New Jersey Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Multi-County Litigation
Steve explains how Facebook's information gathering violates the law and why the Internet's vast reach makes privacy rights more important than ever.
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A "special fraud alert" notice regarding physician-owned distributorships of medical devices that profit from selling their implantable medical devices for use in procedures performed by their physician-owners on their own patient has been issued
John E. Gregory, Jr. of Keefe Bartels represented the Estate of Antonio Teixeira concerning a single tractor-trailer accident case in New Jersey Superior Court where the case settled for $650,000
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a Class I Recall for LPS Diaphyseal Sleeves, commonly used in knee replacement surgeries, on February 15, 2013.
According to court documents, consolidated pre-trial proceedings will go before Bergen County Superior Court Judge Brian R. Martinotti, the same judge currently handling the Depuy ASR hip implant multicounty litigation.
New Jersey Law Requires Finance Companies To Give Specific Information To Vehicles' Owners Or Lessees About Their Rights Following Repossession.
Now recent medical studies have revealed serious problems and concerns with a subsequent hip implant device, the Pinnacle metal-on-metal hip system. This device is also manufactured by DePuy Orthopaedics.
Red Bank, NJ: John Keefe, Jr. of Keefe Bartels announced that following binding arbitration, in a case arising from a pedestrian being struck by a motor vehicle, judgment was entered in the amount of $900,000 for his client, Jose Nogueira.