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Wyoming Health Watch Week-In-Review 2/10/20: Talcum and Opioid Updates

As we enter the second month of 2020, many products are getting added attention and such attention is arguably due to the litigations that have caused awareness and education regarding dangerous products, that but for our civil justice system, would havenever been brought to the forefront.  Learn more below and please share this with any family and friends that you believe may be able to help us prevent even just onecatastrophe.

~ Jason Ochs

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FDA Holds Public Meeting on Asbestos Guidelines for Talcum Powder Based Products

Last week, on February 4th, the FDA held its first public meeting about possibly implementingindustry guidelines for the detection of asbestos in any talcum based products.  Currently, no industry standardexists that is governed by the FDA, and is left to the industry to police themselves.  The current talcum powderlitigation has exposed the misgivings and inadequacies of this approach.  Listen to our podcast here about last week’s meeting:  https://bit.ly/2UFNqKj

And to learn the fascinating and disturbing 50-year history behind talcum powder and asbestos, listen to our one-of-a-kind podcast here:  https://bit.ly/2SfAf11

Ethicon’s Surgical Staplers Recalled After Discovery of Horrific Internal Injuries

Ethicon’s surgical staplers were recalled by the FDA after what was believed to be a manufacturing defect in the actual mechanics of the stapling device.  The malfunction is believed to have caused multiple internal puncturescausing leaks, leading to infections, and even death.  Get up to speed on this dangerous device with our podcast here:https://bit.ly/37eqJ2C

The Latest on the Largest US Civil Litigation in History

The opioid crisis continues to wreak havoc in communities across the country, including Washington DC whereopioid overdoses increased in 2019 from 2018.  The litigation is moving full-steam ahead with multiple pressure points across the country in hopes of bringing the defendants to their knees.  Get up to speedwith the latest in the litigation with our podcast here:  https://bit.ly/37gh1wk

The Tribune in Natrona County last week had a very disturbing investigative journalism piece on vaping in the middle schools.  If you or someone you knows has a middle schooler, its time for you to get up to speedon what this e-cig thing is all about.  Open your first Juul vape kit with me below, and I promise you’ll learna lot.  Read the article here:  https://bit.ly/39pnE0S

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Jason E. Ochs

Jason began his legal career in 2002 with a national multi-district litigation law firm in Newport Beach, California. There he worked on a variety of high-profile, complex-litigation projects including pharmaceutical and medical-device litigation across the country.

The Ochs Law Firm epitomizes professionalism and commitment to all of our clients, regardless of the size of the case or the might of the Defendant. We practice in Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas and California in personal injury litigation, medical malpractice, defective products, class action lawsuits, Qui Tam lawsuits, litigation across multiple districts, bad faith insurance, and civil litigation.

We look forward to providing top quality service and representation for you and your family.