OSHA’s New Online Form Provides an Easy Method to Workers for Filing Whistleblower Retaliation Claims.

By | Employment Law Matters | December 5, 2013
OSHA’s New Online Form Provides an Easy Method to Workers for Filing Whistleblower Retaliation Claims.

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) works to ensure safe and healthy conditions for working men and women on a national basis, by both setting and enforcing workplace standards, and by providing training, education and assistance to employers and employees, when necessary or requested.

Proposed Rule Issued by the Food and Drug Administration Will Alter the Landscape of Litigation Against Generic Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

By | Louisiana Law Blog | December 5, 2013

Earlier this month the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) proposed changes to The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (“FDCA”) that will unquestionably alter the landscape of litigation against generic pharmaceutical manufacturers. This is believed to be in response to recent decisions by the Supreme Court overturning large awards to plaintiffs injured by using a generic drug due to a legal distinction that makes little sense from a consumer perspective.

Reflecting On the Rail Safety Landscape After the New York Commuter Train Tragedy – Charlie Goetsch

By | LXBN | December 5, 2013
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As reports come out that the tragic derailment Sunday of a commuter train in New York may have been caused by an engineer “dozing off,” my guest on LXBN TV today shares his thoughts on the landscape of rail safety—one where industry employees often end up working when they shouldn’t be due to harsh repercussions. And these are just the internal factors contributing to subpar standards, but the lack of appropriate funding is a source of potential tragedy as well.