AndroGel Lawsuits: Did You Take Testosterone Drugs for Low-T?

Low-T is a manufactured condition. A man’s testosterone levels naturally decrease as he gets older causing symptoms such as fatigue, decreased sex drive, weight gain, and depression. The drug companies recognized a market and began an advertising campaign that attributed...

/ July 28, 2015

Marijuana’s role in child-custody cases

In October, 2014, with an unprecedented 13-3 vote, the City of Philadelphia passed a bill to decriminalize the possession of marijuana, dismantling the current mandatory custodial arrests for marijuana possession in favor of simple fines for low scale use and...

/ July 20, 2015

Paternity and parentage in same sex marriages

With the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage, comes the issue of paternity and parentage. The question of who a child’s legal parents are is one that doesn’t come up in most heterosexual relationships, but is often central...

Did I Really Need a Testosterone Supplement?

If you watch TV, you’ve probably seen an advertisement for AndroGel, Axiron or another testosterone product. The commercials feature men who are feeling fatigued, have gained weight, or lost their sex drive. They attribute these symptoms to a condition called...

/ July 17, 2014

Philadelphia Law Firm Investigates Claims That Abilify Causes Compulsive Gambling

Abilify or Aripiprazole was developed by Japan’s Otsuka Pharmaceutical Company and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2002 for the treatment of depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and irritability associated with autism.  In the U.S., the drug is...

/ May 27, 2014

AndroGel: What You Need to Know About the History of Testosterone Therapy

Our Drug Safety Legal Team believes that patient undergoing low-t therapy have a right to know all the risks associated with testosterone treatment. Testosterone is responsible for male sexual drive and masculine characteristics like facial hair, large muscles, and low...

/ March 11, 2014

Can Fracking Revive Pennsylvania’s Industrial Base?

Hydraulic fracturing—“fracking,” as it’s commonly called—isn’t a new technology, but the technique is still a newcomer to Pennsylvania. Using high-pressure fluid to break through layers of brittle shale rock underground releases pockets of natural gas. Although the extensive Marcellus Shale...

/ January 20, 2014

Is Fracking Still “Safe Enough”?
New Report Links Radioactivity.

The big news last month is that radioactive contamination in a Pennsylvania creek is almost certainly due to an out-of-control fracking industry. Here’s the essential background you need to know A team of researchers led by a Duke University professor...

/ November 20, 2013

Handling Adoptions

Any area of the law can provide satisfaction to the practitioner for a job well done, especially if the client is contented with the result. In most of these cases, however, there is usually one side who does not share...

/ November 20, 2013

The Dangers of Insider Trading and What You Can Do About It

Insider trading is against the law. When an insider, who has information about a company or particular investment, makes a securities trade based on privileged information it undermines the faith people have in the market and it potentially harms investors...

/ October 20, 2013