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BREAKING NEWS: New Products Liability Florida Jury Instructions

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Yesterday the Florida Supreme Court issued an opinion adopting a new set of model jury instructions for products liability cases.  This opinion ends a lengthy transition which began back in 2006, when the Committee on Standard Jury Instructions in Civil Cases first began the process of overhauling the model instructions for all civil lawsuits.  After […]

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Anthem Data Breach: What you need to know about the massive hack that may affect 80 million people

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What happened?

Anthem, the second largest health insurance company in the nation, announced that hackers had breached the company’s database containing private health insurance information for 80 million of its customers and employees on February 4, 2015. The company claims that the breach was first discovered on January 29, 2015, although suspicious activity had been reported two days earlier on January 27, 2015.

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Toyota Has a Busy Year Dealing With Acceleration Investigation and Claims

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International auto giant Toyota Motors Corp. continues to deal with accusations that it concealed its knowledge of problems that caused sudden unintended acceleration in certain vehicles and resulted in injuries and deaths. In the past year, Toyota paid a $1.2 billion fine following a federal criminal investigation, faced plaintiffs in multidistrict litigation, and begun making settlement payments to claimants.

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GM Ignition Switch MDL Gears Up for 2015

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On March 10, 2010, Brooke Melton was driving her 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt in Paulding County, Ga., when the car’s engine suddenly shut off. Melton lost control of the vehicle, which veered into oncoming traffic and collided with another car. The crash killed Melton on her 29th birthday.

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Takata Recall Timeline

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Over the last few weeks there has been an onslaught of media coverage and public attention to the Takata recall issue that we have discussed here several times. Senator Bill Nelson, who has been a vocal critic of the manner in which Takata and auto makers have handled the recall, will chair a Senate Commerce Committee hearing today in which he will question Takata and other industry executives about what and when they knew about the problem. He will also question NHTSA about the role they played in the recall and what appears to be a broken vehicle and tire recall system.

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Senator Nelson Blasts Defective Airbags

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This week a sitting United States Senator picked a fight with several multi-national corporations because of the way they’ve handled a recent recall involving defective airbags. We were fortunate to have front row seats this week as we watched it unfold.

"You fix it and fix it right," said Nelson as he made a three city tour across Florida this week, including a press conference in Orlando on Tuesday at our law firm’s warehouse. "This is absolutely unacceptable and absolutely outrageous."

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