David Mittleman

Enrique Criado, MD Retraction

I fully and without reservation retract the statements I made in an article that appeared in The Legal Examiner and on my law firm’s blog on December 20, 2016 regarding medical care provided by Enrique Criado, MD, Chief of Vascular […]

Mark Bello

The World’s Most Frequent and Offensive Cyber-Bully


Jamie Sheller

Depakote and Birth Defects

Depakote, the proprietary name given to the drug divalproex sodium in the United States, is a prescription drug that was developed to treat seizures and episodes of mania for those with bipolar disorder.This drug is often prescribed  to treat epilepsy, […]

Mark Bello

Roombas Could Soon Be A Surveillance Drone In Your Home

The Roomba robotic vacuum has been whizzing across floors for years, but its future may lie more in collecting data than dirt. – Reuters Roomba® is a series of autonomous robotic vacuum cleaners sold by iRobot. Introduced in 2002, Roombas […]

Mark Bello

Injuries and Deaths Raise Questions About On-Set Safety

Back in the early days of Hollywood, a lack of regulation led to many on-set accidents and deaths. The alarming frequency of incidents led to safety protocols, but despite these regulations, making movies is still risky for actors and crew […]

Joseph H. Saunders

Taxotere Hair Loss Lawsuits Move Forward

Plaintiffs involved in litigation revolving around permanent hair loss from the cancer drug Taxotere recently learned the first case in their multi-district litigation has been set for trial in September 2018.   The plaintiffs involved in the litigation have claimed […]

Mark Bello

Supreme Court Decision Rules Grandparents are Family

In yesterday’s news, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the Trump administration’s effort to ban travelers from six mostly Muslim countries who have family members already here. (Seriously? Why did we need a Supreme Court ruling? Shouldn’t this be Obvious?) This […]

Ryan M. Springer

Negligent Credentialing

The claim for negligent credentialing in Utah medical malpractice raises some interesting legal issues for patients and their families.

John Bair

Choosing A Trustee To Administer Your Child’s Special Needs Trust

Selecting a trustee to administer your child’s special needs trust is one of the most consequential, and difficult, choices a parent can face. Many parents hope to designate themselves as trustee, a natural choice when your own child’s welfare is […]

Bret Hanna

Salt Lamps – Savior or Sham?

Himalayan salt lamps have become very popular around the world, especially in eastern cultures where they originated. The reason they have become so popular, is because of claims of health benefits which range from air purification, increased blood circulation, increased […]