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We strive to make the world a safer, better place through our unwavering commitment to accessible, ingenious and courageous legal representation for individuals, schools and other public entities that have been harmed by the wrongdoing of powerful corporations. As a result we offer hope to both the people and communities we serve — hope that those we represent will find justice, and that in doing so the greater good will be upheld for all.

Different Types of Hip Implants

Hip implant surgeries are performed on a regular basis in the U.S., with thousands [...]

Fundraiser Held for North Carolina Woman Suffering from IVC Filter Complications

It's devastating when an IVC filter malfunctions and leads to complications that result in [...]

Essure Regulatory Fight Hits a Roadblock

A recent blog on the Philly.com website examined proposed regulatory action involving the Essure [...]

Johnson & Johnson Settles Several Power Morcellator Claims

On March 18, the Wall Street Journal reported that Johnson & Johnson is moving [...]

Study Links Talc Use to Ovarian Cancer

Dr. Daniel W. Cramer of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston is part of [...]

Shocking Nursing Home Abuse in Texas

Some stories just have to be told. The story of one family in Texas [...]

Drastic Safety Decline Threatening Patients in Livingston’s Timberwood Nursing & Rehab Center

We couldn't say this more urgently. If you have a loved one in the [...]

Montebello Wellness Center in Houston Cited For Unsafe Practices AGAIN

In the last three years, the Montebello Wellness Center in Houston, Texas has been [...]

Was Your Elderly Loved One Hurt by Legacy Rehabilitation in Amarillo?

Legacy Rehabilitation in Amarillo, Texas may have one of the worst quality and safety [...]

A Little Research Can Go A Long Way When Choosing an Arkansas Nursing Home

Nursing home abuse is not only a harsh reality in Arkansas, but across the [...]

All Over Texas: Asbestos Can Be Found Throughout the State

Texas may be known worldwide for oil, but it is also home to many [...]

If You Live Anywhere in Illinois Mesothelioma is a Pervasive, Menacing Threat

Illinois is one of the country's industrial hubs, helping to power growth throughout the [...]

California Residents Beware: Risk of Developing Mesothelioma is All Around You

The state of California is literally surrounded by asbestos – and as a result, [...]

A Firsthand Report On Secondhand Exposure

"Most of the time his clothes were just too dirty to put in the [...]

Gene-Targeting Mesothelioma Drug Shows Promise

According to an article that appeared March 15 on the Medical News Today (MNT) [...]

FDA to Begin Testing for Glyphosate Residue on Food

On February 18, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration confirmed that it would soon [...]

Government Wildlife Agency to Investigate Glyphosate Impact on Endangered Plant and Animal Species

An announcement that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will analyze the effects of [...]

Hawaii Farmer Sues Monsanto, Claims RoundUp Caused Cancer

A macadamia farmer in Hawaii has sued Monsanto, claiming that the company's RoundUp weed [...]

Fight for PCB Cleanup Costs Continues Despite Chemical Bill’s “Monsanto Clause”

If Congress passes its new toxic chemicals bill with the current proposed language, Monsanto [...]

Porter Ranch Leak Capped, Scope of Damage Unknown

The good news is the Porter Ranch gas leak has finally been capped – [...]

Baron & Budd Celebrates Cesar Chavez Day

March 31 is Cesar Chavez Day, which honors the farm worker who became one [...]

Baron & Budd Lawyer Allen Vaught Quoted in Dallas Morning News Article on Increased Oilfield Layoff Lawsuits

The Dallas Morning News recently reported on an uptick in labor lawsuits associated with [...]

Call Center Employees’ “Off-the-Clock” Wages Can Really Add Up

In recent years, many call center employees have said, "enough is enough" and filed [...]

“Wage Theft” From Call Center Employees Far Too Common

Call centers have been around since the 1960s, helping streamline corporate operations across many [...]

Department of Labor Issues Important Ruling on Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors

The Department of Labor issued an Administrative Interpretation on July 15 that garnered little [...]

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Congressional Democrats Demand Forced Arbitration Overhaul

On April 14, a group of Democratic congressional representatives took the rather unusual step [...]

NTSB Recommends Collision Avoidance Technology be Made Standard on All New Vehicles

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued a press release on June 8 recommending [...]

Death Linked to Talcum Powder Results in $72 Million Verdict for Woman’s Family

If you ever stop to think about talcum powder, you probably associate it with [...]

Baron & Budd Gives Thanks for Our Incredible Clients

It's once again the time of year where we reflect on the good things [...]

Homeowners Not Just Fighting Back, but Winning the Battle against Force-Placed Insurance

Force-placed insurance is a decades-long practice that is a great deal for banks but [...]

Leadership for Louisiana: Burton LeBlanc Endorses John Bel Edwards for Governor

You know how important it is to preserve our freedoms and protect citizens' access to [...]

New York Times Investigation Uncovers the Disgusting Side of Forced Arbitration

A series of articles that recently appeared in the New York Times focused a [...]

Processed Meat: The Next Big Thing You Shouldn’t Eat, As Explained by the World Health Organization

As if there was room to be told about one more food item that [...]

This is How You Repay Your Student Loans

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a report this September that analyzed complaints from [...]

This is Why Student Loan Debt is Out of Hand

The kind of student loan debt our country faces today — around $1.2 trillion, [...]