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Klein v. O’Neal, Inc,
705 F. Supp.2d 632, 2010 WL 1435161(N.D. Tex, Apr. 9, 2010), $110 million class action settlement against the manufacturer of an intravenous vitamin E supplement called E-Ferol that was responsible for the death of 43 infants and causing brain damage to 23 in the class of 369 recipients. E-Ferol was placed on the market in November, 1983, without any FDA approval or testing and was recalled after four months. The parents of the deceased infants and the recipient themselves, who are a part of a medical monitoring class, were not aware that they had received E-Ferol since it was included in the intravenous infant formula that was given to premature infants to prevent visual imparity and blindness. The emulsifier in the product, polysorbate 80, was later discovered to have caused liver damage and the destruction of platelets which resulted in the injuries and death of E-Ferol class members.
Watson v. Fort Worth Bank & Trust,
487 U.S. 977, landmark United States Supreme Court decision on proof required in employment discrimination cases.
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Offill v. Columbia/HCA Health Care Corporation,
342nd Dist. Ct., Tarrant County.Hospital failure to prevent hypoxic episode, jury verdict,
Paloff v. Cedillo,
352nd Dist. Ct., Fort Worth, Tarrant County, jury verdict for wrongful death caused by drunk driver, 792 S.W.2d 830 (2nd Ct. App.).
Rolston v. Baby Dolls,
settlement for loss of limb in collision caused by drunk driver, 67th Dist. Ct., Tarrant County.
Schooler, et al. v. City of Dallas,
192nd Dist. Ct., Dallas County, Court TV covered this trial nationally where police failed to respond to a rape victim.
Davis v. Union Pacific Railroad.
48th Dist. Ct., Tarrant County, first Tarrant County sexual harassment jury verdict.
Hernandez v. Lewis,
jury verdict against drunk driver, 96th Dist. Ct., Tarrant County, Texas.
B. Don Magness, Wright, et al. v. City of Fort Worth,
352nd Dist. Ct. , Tarrant County. Sexual harassment settlement against the Director of Will Rogers complex,
Allison and Henry v. Tarrant County, Texas,
U.S. Dist. Ct., N.D. Tex.
Sheriff Deputies’ jury verdict against incumbent Republican Sheriff for violation of their constitutional right of free speech for supporting the opposing Democratic candidate.
Coble v. Texas Department of Corrections,
U.S. Dist. Ct., S.D. Tex., Over ten thousand women now serve as correctional officers as a result of this class action.
Ladd v. Dairyland County Mutual Insurance Company,
U.S. Dist. Ct., N.D. Tex., Over one thousand African Americans received compensation for discrimination in adjusting insurance claims.
Over 100 reported appellate cases listed in Westlaw and Lexis