Sep 01, 2022

TWITTER CANCELED ME FOR NO REASON AND WHY YOU SHOULD CARE

  “Censorship is to art as lynching is to justice.”― Henry Louis Gates Jr, Professor, Harvard University   Social media connects the world, or so we’re told. People from every walk of life everywhere utilize social media platforms to form and maintain connections with others through expressions of facts, opinions, interests, and sentiments.  Platforms today like… Continue reading TWITTER CANCELED ME FOR NO REASON AND WHY YOU SHOULD CARE

Jun 24, 2022

Fighting the War Against Drug Addiction in the Courts

Jeffrey B. Simon sits down with The Addiction Podcast for an in-depth discussion on the opioid epidemic and how he is holding large drug manufacturers accountable.   In this episode, Mr. Simon will also cover opioid litigation, his historic opioid settlements, the prescribing, marketing & diversion of controlled substances and how other states can create… Continue reading Fighting the War Against Drug Addiction in the Courts

Apr 27, 2022

Simon Recognized in 2022 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers

From the opioid epidemic to toxic substances and defective products, truck accidents to wildfires and sexual abuse, these are the lawyers who stand on the front line in individual lawsuits and class actions seeking justice. They relish their role of underdog, taking on the toughest cases and typically only getting paid if they win. The… Continue reading Simon Recognized in 2022 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers

Mar 22, 2022

Steps Pharmacists Can Take to Help Address the Opioid Epidemic in the Pharmacy

Pharmacy Times interviewed Jeffrey B. Simon, JD, co-chair of the National Opioid Litigation Conference and a lead negotiator for the many local districts participating in the historic settlement in a multi-district opioid lawsuit in Texas. Alana Hippensteele: What are some steps that pharmacists could take to help address the opioid epidemic in the pharmacy? Jeffrey… Continue reading Steps Pharmacists Can Take to Help Address the Opioid Epidemic in the Pharmacy

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