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FDA Halts Surgical Mesh Sales in USA

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has banned the sale and distribution of surgical mesh products in the United States effective immediately. This decision comes in the wake of
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Experts find Primodos was “not properly assessed” by Government review

According to experts at the University of Oxford, the risks of Primodos were not properly assessed by Government review. Primodos, the hormone pregnancy test pill available for use from 1956
Posted on April 8, 2019 0
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Further mesh controversy in Bristol – Unnecessary surgeries carried out in North Bristol NHS Trust (Southmead Hospital) and Spire Hospital in Bristol

A Bristol surgeon, Mr Anthony Dixon- General and Colorectal Surgeon was suspended in 2017 and had restrictions placed on his licence, further to concerns being raised by patients about unnecessary
Posted on April 2, 2019 0
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Pause on Vaginal Mesh Lifted

Health watchdog NICE has recently announced that vaginal mesh implants could once again be offered on the NHS, provided specific conditions are met. In 2018, the use of vaginal mesh
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The rise of cyber and data breach cases

On the same day that BA announced that 380,000 of its customers had potentially been affected by a breach involving website and app customer data, SPG Law, announced the launch
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British Airways data breach – hackers made millions

Hackers may have made millions selling credit card details stolen from almost 245,000 British Airways customers during a major cyber attack in August, according to experts. Cybersecurity firms Flashpoint and
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BHP Billiton facing £5bn lawsuit from Brazilian victims of dam disaster

The worst environmental disaster in Brazil’s history has triggered one of the biggest legal claims ever filed in a British court. The Anglo-Australian mining company BHP Billiton is being sued
Posted on November 7, 2018 0
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Cathay Pacific data leak piques law firm’s class action interest

Cathay Pacific’s delayed disclosure of massive data breach attracts law firm handling BA data breach, says it is even ‘more serious.’ The UK arm of America’s SPG Law is planning
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Revealed: US firm fast-tracks UK launch using ABS’s platform

A US class action law firm has used a new platform created by an alternative business structure to fast-track its UK launch, Legal Futures can reveal. As of today, SPG Law in
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Suburban Philadelphia Law Firm Played Central Role in Billion-Dollar Global Settlement of Stryker Hip Litigation

On November 3, 2014, a global settlement program involving Stryker’s Rejuvenate and ABGII modular hip implants was executed before and announced by Superior Court Judge Brian R. Martinotti in Bergen
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