Synonyms for bruesewitz or Related words with bruesewitz
Examples of "bruesewitz"
v. Wyeth, Inc.," 561 F.3d 233 (3d Cir. 2009), "affirmed" 131 S. Ct. 1068 (2011): Smith held that plaintiff's negligent design defect claim was preempted by the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act.
v. Wyeth, , deals with whether a section of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 preempts "all" vaccine design defect claims against vaccine manufacturers. The case has at its focus the issue of federal preemption.
In 2002, Millner ran for the State Representative position from the Republican-leaning 55th District. He won the Republican party's nomination in March, defeating Randy Ramey. Later that year in August, Millner announced that he would resign from his position as Elmhurst Chief of Police. The election took place in November, with Millner defeating the Democratic candidate, Steve
, the daughter of the main petitioners in the case, received Wyeth's Tri-Immunol DTP vaccine as part of childhood immunizations. The Bruesewitzes claimed that Hannah's seizures and later developmental problems came from the vaccine. They filed suit in the "Vaccine Court", a special court within the United States Court of Federal Claims. Their petition was dismissed for failure to prove a link between the vaccine and Hannah's health problems.
While Stanford's Dean, Sullivan maintained a pro bono constitutional law practice. In 2005, she joined Quinn Emanuel Urquhart Oliver & Hedges (now Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan), where she helped to found and build the firm's nascent appellate practice. Now chair of the firm's national appellate practice, Sullivan has argued and briefed numerous appeals before the U.S. Courts of Appeals, the California Supreme Court, the New York Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court, where she has argued nine times. Cases she won before the U.S. Supreme Court include: "
v. Wyeth", "Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co.," and "Granholm v. Heald" (which struck down state prohibition of interstate wine shipping). She also represented Shell Oil in an appeal to limit the company's liability for toxic waste. Sullivan has also filed pro bono briefs in a wide range of civil rights cases, and served as co-counsel for Michael Hardwick in the 1986 landmark gay rights case "Bowers v. Hardwick".
"The Zone's" schedule relies mainly on programming from CBS Sports Radio, including "The Jim Rome Show". Local and state content on the station includes the call-in show "Joe and Ebo Show" (8-11 AM); "The Bill Michaels Show" (11AM-2PM), which originates from Milwaukee's WSSP; and "Wisconsin Farm Report with Pam Jahnke" (5-6AM), a statewide farm markets program that is the only holdover from WTDY's news/talk schedule. "The Zone" also carries live game broadcasts of the United States Hockey League's Madison Capitols as well as the Northwoods League's Madison Mallards. The Zone is also part of the Wisconsin Sports Zone Radio Network which originates from The Zone and provides seven daily sports updates to 13 radio stations throughout the state of Wisconsin. Other local shows on The Zone include the "Wisconsin Football Roundtable" with former Badgers Brooks Bollinger, Gabe Carimi and Matt Bernstein (5-6 PM Fridays). Also the Wisconsin Basketball Roundtable with former Badgers Josh Gasser, Mike
and Charlie Wills. Both the Football and Basketball Roundtable are hosted by longtime Madison sportscaster Jake Zimmermann.
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