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Master Settlement Agreement Entered Into in GranuFlo Litigation

Following four years of contentious litigation, attorneys from Nix, Patterson & Roach, along with co-counsel, obtained an agreement from Fresenius Medical Care to settle the GranuFlo multi-district litigation for $250 million. NP attorneys Neil Smith and Chad Ihrig played an integral role in litigating the GranuFlo cases, including taking numerous depositions of scientific and medical

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NPR Files Lawsuit Against Big Tobacco on Behalf of New Hampshire Man

On July 13, 2016, NPR filed a lawsuit in Massachusetts State Court, Suffolk County, on behalf of a male client against R.J. Reynolds, Philip Morris USA, Inc., DeMoulas Super Markets, Inc., and Shaw’s Supermarkets, Inc. alleging, among other things, the tobacco companies engaged in a decades-long massive and misleading public relations campaign that intentionally minimized

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Fresenius Agrees to Pay $250 Million to End GranuFlo Litigation

Following four years of contentious litigation, attorneys from Nix, Patterson & Roach, along with co-counsel, obtained an agreement from Fresenius Medical Care to settle the GranuFlo multi-district litigation for $250 million. NP attorneys Neil Smith and Chad Ihrig played an integral role in litigating the GranuFlo cases, including taking numerous depositions of scientific and medical

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NPR Obtains Final Approval of National Class Action Settlement With State Farm

On October 5, 2010, NPR gained final approval of a national class action settlement against the State Farm family of insurance companies. In 2004, NPR and its co-counsel, brought suit on behalf of a proposed national class against State Farm based on its alleged improper claims handling practices regarding structural loss claims. Specifically, NPR alleged

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National Class Action Against Nationwide Receives Final Approval

On July 27, 2009, NPR gained final approval of a national class action settlement against the Nationwide family of insurance companies. In 2004, NPR and its co-counsel brought suit on behalf of a proposed national class against Nationwide based on its alleged improper claims handling practices regarding structural loss claims. Specifically, NPR alleged on behalf

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