Bayer AG’s 2012 year-end annual report contains some interesting information on the litigation involving Yaz and Yasmin. The company’s released numbers have made it clear that the German AG... Read more
A new medical study has found that women who use birth control patches like Ortho-Evra or contraceptive vaginal rings like NuvaRing have a heightened risk of blood clots. The study, released... Read more
A recently filed NuvaRing lawsuit blames the contraceptive for a woman’s DVT, also known as deep vein thrombosis. The lawsuit, seeking damages, is one of many NuvaRing lawsuits that have bee... Read more
An independent watchdog group has asked the Food and Drug Administration to disregard a safety panel’s recommendation to keep the popular birth control drugs Yaz and Yasmin on the market. Ev... Read more
A new study, released by the US Food and Drug Administration, reviewed the medical history of more than 800,000 women who were taking different forms of birth control between 2001 and 2007.... Read more
A stage actress has filed suit against Bayer, alleging that the birth-control pill Yasmin caused her to have a stroke at age 27. Brenda Hamilton, who is in the Broadway show Wicked, had been... Read more
You may have noticed a new television commercial by the drug giant Bayer in which the company appears to altruistically suggest that women should learn the facts about birth control options... Read more
New safety information revealing the increased risk of blood clots in women has been added to the labels of Yaz and Yasmin. Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals announced on March 26th that it w... Read more
Andy Birchfield, who heads up our firm’s Mass Torts Section, provided the following information concerning activities in this Section. The lawyers and staff are currently investigating the f... Read more
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