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Mirena IUD litigation

Doyle Lowther represents hundreds of women who were implanted with a defective intrauterine contraceptive device that has been linked to severe complications, including organ and tissue perforations, abscesses, erosion of the device, ectopic pregnancy, and permanent injuries such as infertility.

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Pelvic Mesh Products Liability litigation

Doyle Lowther represents scores of women who received defective medical products used in the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence. The defective products, frequently called “pelvic mesh” or “vaginal mesh,” are the subject of thousands of lawsuits and an investigation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration investigation into their safety and efficacy. more

San Diego Wildfire Litigation

Doyle Lowther represented families whose homes and business were destroyed during the October 2007 San Diego fires. The fires destroyed thousands of homes and forced half a million San Diego residents to flee in the largest mass evacuation in California history. more

 

News & Opinions

Vaginal Mesh Recall And Litigation - September 6, 2013

As reported by Meshrecall.org, the FDA has not yet recalled vaginal mesh implants. But the FDA did issue a health advisory in Jully 2011 warning doctors and the public about the potential dangers concerning transvaginal mesh products. more

Accretive Health (AH) Class Action Lawsuit filed to Recover Shareholder Losses - April 30, 2012

Accretive Health (AH) shareholders filed a class action lawsuit against the company and certain of its officers for making material misstatements and omissions in violation of U.S. securities laws. The shareholder class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of all investors in Accretive Health (AH) who purchased stock between March 2, 2011 and April 24, 2012. more

Plaintiff’s Allegations Upheld In Defective Cell Phone Litigation Against LG Electronics - March 15, 2012

Doyle Lowther and co-counsel represent consumers who allege the LG P999 G2X cellular phone suffers from substantial defects. Plaintiffs allege the P999 G2X cell phones randomly reset and power themselves off, and allege the phones’ displays “bleed” light around the edges, resulted in degraded image quality. more

Amended Complaint Against MF Global For Antitrust and Fraud Violations in Commodities Market - October 30, 2011

Doyle Lowther LLP, together with co-counsel, has submitted its amended complaint alleging the Moore Capital funds, MF Global, and certain of their employees engaged in a continuing and systemic fraud in the platinum and palladium futures and spot markets. more

Class Action Filed Over Defect in Samsung Galaxy S Mobile Phones - October 29, 2011

Doyle Lowther represents consumers in a class action against Samsung and its authorized agents for the manufacture and sale of defective Samsung Galaxy S series mobile phones. The phones included are Captivate, Fascinate, Vibrant, and Epic 4G. more


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