Weekly Mass Torts Bulletin 2022-Mar-14

The state of Washington would get an additional $113 million from Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family over the company and family's role in the opioid crisis across the nation.

Weekly Mass Torts Bulletin 2022-Feb-21

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey of West Virginia announced a tentative agreement on the distribution of funds from the future opioid settlements with cities and counties.

Weekly Mass Torts Bulletin 2022-Feb-14

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries indicated that it is ready to pay a settlement of as much as $3.6 billion to settle thousands of lawsuits against the company and other drug companies over allegations of fueling the opioid crisis.

Weekly Mass Torts Bulletin 2022-Feb-07

Philadelphia, along with other Pennsylvania counties, signed on a settlement that would churn out $1 billion for drug treatment and prevention, considering the opioid crisis in the state. The officials agreed on the settlement after a brief argument where the mayor and the district attorney stated that the amount was too low and the 18-year payout…

Weekly Mass Torts Bulletin 2022-Jan-24

Endo International has agreed to pay up to $65 million to the state of Florida and local governments to resolve the claims against the company, alleging it of fueling the opioid epidemic.

Weekly Mass Torts Bulletin 2022-Jan-17

Nevada has reversed the course and decided to rejoin the $26 billion multi-state opioid settlement, which was earlier rejected, cited as insufficient to deal with the crisis.