Archive for March 2015

Coach hurt in lacrosse team bus crash files suit with help of AFSL

A Baltimore resident and former Pennsylvania college lacrosse coach injured in a fatal team bus accident two years ago has filed suit against the bus operator. Judson H. Lipowitz and John R. Solter Jr., are local counsel for Cristen Sanfilippo, who was thrown from the bus in the accident. Click here to read the full story in The Daily Record.

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A War Story: Sneed v. Uno Restaurant Holdings Corp.

Partner John R. Solter, Jr. has written an article on the recent case of  Sneed v. Uno Restaurant Holdings Corp., No. 1699 that was published in the Trial Reporter, Journal of the Maryland Association for Justice, Inc., Special Issue 2015.

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C-Qur Mesh Lawsuit

Since the entry of the C-Qur hernia mesh to the marketplace, there have been several reported instances of defects. Atrium first introduced C-Qur Mesh in 2005 through the 510(k) FDA approval system. This allowed medical devices to be introduced without rigorous premarket research and studies, which deemed controversial. Financial compensation may be available for those who have experienced problems including infections, allergic reactions, abdominal pain, bowel adhesions, ulcers or organ…

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Business Transactions Increased in 2014

A significant portion of Jonathan A. Azrael and Paul J. Schwab’s practice at Azrael, Franz, Schwab & Lipowitz (“AFSL”) is assisting clients in commercial matters. AFSL successfully handled a number of transactions last year.   From our perspective, commercial activity increased in Maryland during 2014.   Below is a summary of some of the matters one of our attorneys, Paul J. Schwab, handled last year. 1. Sale of Dental Practice. A client…

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