Tagged: Litigation

Yes Bob… This Shit Really Does Just Write Itself..


Unsurprising to see the revolving door swing so wide, and how blatantly, however it’s a disturbing development nonetheless..


 

http://fiddaman.blogspot.ie/2017/06/trump-nominates-king-spalding-attorney.html

 

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Trump Nominates King & Spalding Attorney

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Who is Christopher A. Wray?

Well, he’s a litigation partner in King & Spalding’s Washington DC and Atlanta office.

And who, I hear you ask, are King & Spalding?

Well, they’re the law firm who just got spanked in Chicago. They defended GlaxoSmithKline, arguing that their antidepressant, Paxil, did not cause the suicide of Stewart Dolin.

The jury saw through the weak defence and found Glaxo liable.

Prior to joining the firm, Wray served from 2003 to 2005 as the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Criminal Division, the same department who, in 2012, slammed down a $3 billion fine after GlaxoSmithKline pleaded guilty to a whole host of federal crimes.

So, what duties does one who becomes director at the FBI have to carry out?

Well, he’s basically responsible for its day-to-day operations.

The FBI has jurisdiction over violations of more than 200 categories of federal crimes.

So nice to know that one of King & Spalding’s biggest and wealthiest clients, GlaxoSmithKline, may now have someone to oversee any future criminal behaviour of theirs.

This shit just writes itself.

Nice move, Don.

Bob Fiddaman

Seroxat Users Group Statement


http://www.seroxatusergroup.org.uk/

Seroxat Litigation Notice

The Lawyer 9th January 2012, published inaccurate information concerning the currently ‘stayed’ Seroxat litigation which is filed in the High Court of Justice, London. In response to information having been disclosed to The Lawyer, a number of enquiries have been received concerning the status of the litigation.
In October, 2010 the solicitors then in charge of the case, considered there was insufficient evidence to proceed and advised the litigants to discontinue their claims. Approximately two thirds of the litigants followed this advice.
In the meantime, the experts in the case together with other specialists knowledgeable of the medical problems associated with Seroxat disagreed with the view of the legal team.
On 14th December 2010, evidence from representatives of the litigants, were heard at a specially convened Legal Services Commission funding review. The outcome of this meeting was an increase in the likely prospects of success for the litigation, above that estimated by the solicitors who had led the Group Action. The Legal Services Commission then confirmed it would consider the opinions of the experts before its final determination of the funding certificate bearing in mind, the Group Action now comprised a smaller number of litigants.
The Legal Services Commission is currently considering the favourable opinion of new Counsel and statements from the experts delivered by a newly instructed legal team; its response is awaited.
The Seroxat Users’ Group will keep litigants updated by this website or enquiries may be made by email to:

janice@seroxatusergroup.org.uk.
Dated 20.01.12

Five Years of Blogging…


January 2012.

I started this blog in January 2007. That’s five solid years of blogging about Seroxat (Paxil) and its manufacturer, GlaxoSmithKline.

5 years..

197 Posts…

But still no justice for Seroxat Victims…

I have a feeling things are all going to change, one way or another…

soon…

Keep Tuned…

UPDATE : Check Out Bob Fiddaman’s Blog “Seroxat Sufferers” for the current status of Seroxat Litigation in the UK.

http://fiddaman.blogspot.com/2012/01/uk-seroxat-litigation-current-status.html

The Paxil Gag : Paxil ( Seroxat ) litigation document


In this post , you can see an example of an American paxil (seroxat) withdrawal litigation gag order .. ( this is only one page of the gag order which is several pages long)

You would have to ask the question…

If a drug is safe, then why pay out and gag claims against it?…

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Click on the Image above to see the gag order document

 

http://fiddaman.blogspot.com/2007/12/seroxorcist.html