Trial is the monthly journal of the American Association for Justice (“AAJ”), formerly the American Trial Lawyers Association (“ATLA”). Its issue for July, 2017, in its “Verdicts & SETTLEMENTS,” marquees “Police cruiser strikes railcar,” a 2016 Illinois $2,500,000.00 jury award for a Chicago car-train crash found to be willful and wanton negligence. Id. at 10. DRIVE SAFELY THIS FOURTH OF JULY!

July 2017 Trial is entitled “DRUGS & Devices,” and features five articles: “A CLOUD OF UNCERTAINTY OVER OFF-LABEL MARKETING CLAIMS,” id. at 22-26; “The In Extremis Client,” id. at 28-32; “Punishing Corporate Wrongdoers,” id. at 36-39; “ACCOUNTABILITY FOR MISLABELED GENERIC DRUGS,” id. at 40-44; and “ ‘REGULATORY EXPERTS’: 5 TIPS FOR AVOIDING PITFALLS”. Id. at 46-50. This Trial also includes “Targeting Women – A History of Dangerous Drugs and Devices,” a recent AAJ report that “highlights the disproportionate effects of dangerous drugs and medical devices on women throughout modern history,” many related to pregnancy. Id. at 30.