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Date:9/30/2013

ail to calculate overtime properly, and others that are making their workers work off the books and sign phony time sheets to receive their pay. No matter what the problem is we provide advice to the employees to inform them of their rights.” The cases may last years or may be resolved in a few months. Attorney Brown points out, “Oftentimes, the cases we file involve fee shifters and we make good faith efforts to resolve the matter early, as the statute provides the defendant pay our fee. Sometimes, the harder they fight, the harder the fall.”

The mass tort cases are when multiple people are injured by the same product and Mr. Brown likes to view himself as a pioneer in birth control litigation. He filed the first battery of cases against the makers of Nuvaring for what he alleged was a product which caused a disproportionate amount of blood clots. Similarly, Mr. Brown has helped many women with their cases against Bayer for the use of Yaz, Yasmin, Ocella and Gianvi alleging it caused embolic events like deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolisms, heart attacks, stroke, blindness and death. “As a Yaz, Yasmin, Ocella, Gianvi, DVT, PE, stroke, death, blindness] Yasmin lawyer, I still believe that there is no need for these new generation products, when the earlier generations were safer.” Other products Mr. Brown is handling or investigating include asbestos injuries like mesothelioma, transvaginal mesh revision surgery, alleged Da Vinci Robot injuries, and metal on metal hip revisions.

The JTB Law Group website is http://www.IFightForYourRights.com and has a more comprehensive list of cases Mr. Brown handles. The firm has 24/7 ph
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