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Immigration Update: COVID Vaccine Requirements

Wednesday, September 29, 2021Written by: Sarah E. Wilkerson

COVID Vaccination Requirements Beginning October 1, 2021, all individuals submitting a Form I-693 must provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19.  The civil surgeon completing the I-693 must physically inspect and confirm the documents proving the applicant received the COVID-19 vaccine. Review of vaccination [...]

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Texas v. United States Declares DACA to be Illegal

Monday, July 19, 2021Written by: Sarah E. Wilkerson

Texas v. United States Order On July 16, 2021, an order was signed by a U.S. District Judge declaring that the DACA program was unlawfully created, and severely limiting the types of DACA [...]

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Immigration Legislation Updates: EAGLE Act of 2021

Friday, June 4, 2021Written by: Sarah Wilkerson

Introduction of the EAGLE Act of 2021 (H.R.3648) On June 2, 2021, Rep. Zoe Lofgren and Rep. John Curtis introduced H.R. 3648[1], The Equal Access to Green cards for Legal Employment (EAGLE) Act of 2021, to the House of Representatives. One of the primary goals[2] of this legislation is to bolster U.S. employers by giving them more [...]

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Friday, April 9, 2021Written by: Jim Wilkerson

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer resulting from taking Zantac or its generic ingredient ranitidine, you are not alone. There is currently a multi-district litigation (MDL) presiding over many lawsuits that have been filed against Zantac. These lawsuits are being reviewed, individually, in one district court – the Southern District of Florida (West Palm Beach). [...]

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What is Next For DACA?

Monday, March 29, 2021Written by: Sarah Wilkerson

Recent DACA News On December 4, 2020, a federal judge ordered DHS to restore DACA to its original state as implemented via President Obama’s 2012 Executive [...]

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Johnson & Johnson DePuy Pinnacle Hip Implant Issues

Thursday, November 12, 2020Written by: Aaron Lawrence

Approved by the FDA in 2000, the Pinnacle hip implant came in several options. For durability, metal on metal was offered until the sales were discontinued by DePuy in mid-2013. Though no recalls have been issued, over 9,700 lawsuits and counting are pending in litigation. 

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