Blog Posts in March, 2017

  • Trump's Plan to Cut FDA Regulation

    President Donald Trump met with the CEOs of several big pharmaceutical companies, promising to cut regulations from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to make it easier for drugs to get approved. ...
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  • Avastin Eye Injections Could Cause Silicone "Floaters" in Eye

    New unsafe drugs claims are centering on the anti-VEGF (anti-vascular endothelial growth factor) drug Avastin (bevacizumab) Genentech , the manufacturer of the drug, is not the target of the claims. ...
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  • News and Announcements: March 2017

    Partner Nicholas DiCello was a panelist at the 22nd Judicial Conference of the 8 th Judicial District on the topic Accessing Justice in Personal Injury Cases: From Car Accidents to Police Misconduct . ...
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  • Ohio Bill Aims at Decreasing Nurses' Patient Count

    In 2015, the Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA) reported an alarming statistic: 25 percent of nurses state that the number of patient deaths is ‘directly attributable’ to nurse-patient ratio. In ...
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  • Why Hand-Off Communication is Important

    Many people are unaware that a doctor could be tasked with seeing upwards of sixty patients per day. Each patient is entitled to a standard of care catered to their own special and distinct needs. We ...
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  • Why are So Many Dangerous Products for Sale?

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) only examines a small percentage of the products it regulates, often deferring judgement to the companies that sell them. The system expects ...
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  • Spangenberg Attorney Jeremy Tor Featured in Jstyle Weddings

    Jeremy Tor, attorney at Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP, was recently featured in an article in the Cleveland magazine Jstyle , spotlighting his marriage to Shira Tor, who grew up in northeast Ohio. ...
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  • Ohio Bill Aims at Decreasing Nurses' Patient Count

    In 2015, the Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA ) reported an alarming statistic : 25 percent of nurses state that the number of patient deaths is ‘directly attributable’ to nurse-patient ratio. In ...
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  • Why Should The NRA Care About The 7th Amendment?

    The NRA and its members jealously guard against any attempts to infringe on 2 nd Amendment rights. But the NRA and its members should be equally concerned and vocal about what the Republican ...
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