Maderal Byrne PLLC are proud to announce a record $4 million dollar settlement achieved from Miami-Dade County in a tragic and difficult case involving a paralyzed infant. The settlement was the result of much hard work and dedication. In the end, Frank and Nicole fought for approval from the County Attorney’s Office, the County Mayor, […]
Maderal Byrne featured in Daily Business Review. On May 10th, 2022, the Daily Business Review featured Maderal Byrne PLLC and its attorneys, Frank Maderal, John Byrne, and Nicole Estrada. The article noted that at the U.S. Attorneys Office, Frank and John “quickly became the office’s rising stars and go-to prosecutors because they were routinely assigned […]
Two years after creating a groundbreaking idea to promote younger attorneys to senior positions in multidistrict litigation, U.S. District Judge Robin Rosenberg has promoted those lawyers and added 12 more to the plaintiffs’ team suing over Zantac.
The New Jersey federal judge overseeing multidistrict litigation over claims that a Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical unit hid a side effect of bladder cyst drug that causes eye damage recently tapped a group of attorneys to serve as plaintiff’s counsel.
Two South Florida firms have united to file the first of what they say will be a string of putative mass tort lawsuits across the U.S. over allegations that a drug commonly prescribed for bladder issues could cause permanent retinal damage, vision impairment and blindness.