Check out these legal, safety, and other news headlines that caught my attention this week:
- How Apple and Amazon Security Flaws Led to My Epic Hacking [Mat Honan at Wired Magazine H/T Evan Schaeffer at Beyond the Underground]
- Wherein Max Kennerly attacks a strawman [Ted Frank at Point of Law]
- Tort Reform "Policy": Injury Plaintiffs Should Always Lose (Max's Response) [Maxwell S. Kennerly at Litigation & Trial]
- When Will Headlines Focus on INJURIES Rather Than Dollars? [Mark Bello at The Legal Examiner]
- On Open Letter to Sanjay Gupta and America [The Pop Tort]
- Real Survivors, Real Stories, Real Solutions: TSI's Video Storytelling Project will connect families affected by catastrophic injuries [The Safety Institute]
- Survey: Judges Are Less Freaked Out By Facebook, Twitter [Joe Palazzolo at WSJ Law Blog]
- A Dose of Reality for Medical Malpractice Reform [Joanna C. Schwartz at UCLA School of Law via Social Science Research Network]
- Missouri Chamber of Commerce Demeans Constitution In Support Of Damages Caps
- Editorial: What does malpractice ruling have to do with Missouri Plan? Nothing [St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editorial Board]
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Brett Emison is currently a partner at Langdon & Emison, a firm dedicated to helping injured victims across the country from their primary office near Kansas City. Mainly focusing on catastrophic injury and death cases as well as complex mass tort and dangerous drug cases, Mr. Emison often deals with automotive defects, automobile crashes, railroad crossing accidents (train accidents), trucking accidents, dangerous and defective drugs, defective medical devices.