There's only one really bad thing about the anti-clotting pill Pradaxa. You can't fall or get cut while taking it because once you start bleeding, there's almost no way to stop it. There's no reversal agent, no antidote.
The smell of indictments in the air...I'll admit that I've taken my share of potshots at Roger Clemens. I've tried to rely on matters that have been part of some record, or have some evidence for support, like The Mitchell Report, Clemens' public statements, and things said to Congressional inves ... More >>
In between the first and second period of the Houston Aeros/Peoria Rivermen playoff game last night, I was walking around the Toyota Center concourse. I came up on a monitor that was showing the Astros/Dodgers game. And who do I see but Roger Clemens being interviewed by Fox Sports Houston's Patti S ... More >>
The tragic death of Rice freshman football player Dale Lloyd, who collapsed during a practice in 2006, might just turn into an epic courtroom battle. Mark Lanier, the Houston plaintiffs' lawyer known for Vioxx, big verdicts and the most lavish, if liquor-free, Christmas party in town, is representi ... More >>
Yikes. Richard Laminack, one of the more well-known mass-torts lawyers in town, is in a bit of legal trouble of his own. Laminack once teamed with the legendary John O'Quinn on huge suits over things like breast implants and Vioxx. Now a former employee is suing him, according to The American Law ... More >>
Cyberonics has implanted its pacemaker in thousands of epileptics. It wants to expand to the depression market. Still needed: an accounting of those who died or were injured after receiving its implant.