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San Francisco votes to ban e-cigarette sales, distribution

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to ban sales and distribution of e-cigarettes. The city is currently home to JUUL Labs, the largest maker of e-cigarettes.

Goza & Honnold Newsletter

Check out the latest edition of the Goza & Honnold Newsletter, which delves into JUUL vaping devices and the company’s youth-oriented advertising.

Couple awarded $2 billion in Roundup case

A California jury awarded a husband and wife more than $2 billion in damages in their case against the maker of Roundup. The Kansas City defective product lawyers at Goza & Honnold are handling Roundup non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cases.

FDA investigating e-cigarette seizure reports

The FDA is investigating 35 reports regarding seizures after use of e-cigarettes, including reports of seizures in children. The Kansas City defective device attorneys at Goza & Honnold are actively handling e-cigarette and vaping cases.

Settlement reached in Xarelto litigation

A $775 million settlement has been reached in the Xarelto litigation. Goza & Honnold is sending a letter to all Xarelto clients with additional information. Please ensure we have your current address and phone number.

Brad Honnold appointed to Plaintiff Steering Committee for 3M military earplug MDL

Goza & Honnold’s Brad Honnold has been appointed to the Plaintiff Steering Committee for the 3M Combat Arms Earplug multidistrict litigation. Our firm is handling cases on behalf of military veterans injured by defective 3M earplugs.

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