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ARCHIVES: November 2014

Newman Named Univ of SC Instructor

Newman Named Univ of SC Instructor

CSA attorney Graham Newman has been named an instructor at the Honors College of the University of South Carolina for the Spring 2015 semester. Newman will teach a class of approximately fifteen undergraduate students. The title of the class is “The Fourteenth Amendment: Avatars, Lawsuits, and Equal Protection” and will focus on the impact of the Fourteenth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause from a wide variety of different perspectives such as race, gender, and sexual orientation.

Newman has been practicing law for ten years. He focuses on complex litigation and leads the firm’s appellate practice. This teaching position is his first foray into the academic world.


Report: Johnson & Johnson to settle 1000 more hip cases

Report: Johnson & Johnson to settle 1000 more hip cases

Bloomberg reports that Johnson & Johnson is maneuvering to settle one thousand additional products liability cases brought against its line of DePuy ASR hips. This wave of settlements would push the amount Johnson & Johnson has paid recipients of these defective hips to $2.75 billion.

The DePuy ASR hip became notorious in recent years as a result of its metal components scraping metal shavings into the body of a hip replacement patient. These metal shavings would result in “metallosis,” a condition that can kill the affected tissue.

CSA attorneys Hugh McAngus, Jr. and Graham Newman both litigated numerous DePuy ASR hip cases and continue to monitor developments in this area of practice.

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