Headlines Tagged with FAMRI — 68 headlines found
Lung volumes identify an at-risk group in persons with prolonged secondhand tobacco smoke exposure but without [FREE FULL TEXT]
The forced expiratory volume in 1s (FEV1), forced vital capacity (FVC) and their ratio (FEV1/FVC) commonly define airflow obstruction... In those at risk for obstruction due to SHS exposure but with preserved spirometry, higher RV/TLC identifies a su
Jun 18, 2018 British Medical Journal
added Jun 19, 2018 00:24
[Florida] Miami attorney, Coral Gable attorney suspended over conflicts of interests in long-running tobacco litigation
an April 11 Florida Supreme Court order over alleged conflicts of interest involving current and former clients in a long-running tobacco case... The 30-day suspensions of Miami attorney Philip Maurice Gerson and Coral Gables attorney Steven Kent Hunter w
Jun 4, 2018 Florida Record (U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform)
added Jun 5, 2018 23:25
The court said in the 2014 case that a lawyer who faces a conflict between two current clients can’t avoid current-client conflict rules by dropping one client “like a hot potato.” Before that decision, lawyers who dropped current clients because of conf
May 1, 2018 ABA Journal (American Bar Association)
added May 3, 2018 16:44
The Florida Supreme Court disagreed with a court-appointed referee’s recommendation to admonish prominent attorney Philip M. Gerson and co-counsel Steven K. Hunter, instead imposed a harsher punishment, suspending both Miami attorneys for 30 days.
Apr 30, 2018 Law.com
added Apr 30, 2018 21:39
Prominent Miami tobacco attorney Philip Gerson and co-counsel Steven Hunter are fighting the Florida Bar’s argument that they should be suspended for 30 days for allegedly acting against clients’ interests in a secondhand smoke case. The bar argues Gerso
Nov 27, 2017 Law.com
added Nov 28, 2017 17:19
Four out of 10 children in the US are exposed to secondhand smoke, according to the American Heart Association. A new Tel Aviv University study suggests that parents who smoke mistakenly rely on their own physical senses to gauge the presence of tobacco
Nov 15, 2017 Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Nov 16, 2017 01:04
On Oct. 10, In 1997, tobacco companies agreed to a settlement in a class-action lawsuit by 60,000 flight attendants who said second-hand smoke made them ill.
Oct 10, 2017 UPI
added Oct 10, 2017 20:35
experienced worsened quality of life, respiratory symptoms, and pulmonary function abnormalities, according to early results from the Flight Attendant Lung Health Study. Before U.S. airlines banned smoking outright in 1996, flight attendants were repeated
May 22, 2017 MedPage Today
added May 23, 2017 13:50
Flight attendants exposed to secondhand smoke experienced worsened quality of life, respiratory symptoms, and pulmonary function abnormalities, according to early results from the Flight Attendant Lung Health Study.
May 22, 2017 MedPage Today
added May 22, 2017 23:58
Although smokers are most likely to use these products, almost a third of current users are nonsmokers, undermining potential public health benefits cigarette smokers possibly switching to electronic cigarettes.
May 21, 2015 Mississippi Tobacco Data (University of Southern Mississippi)
added May 21, 2015 21:34