Ellen Relkin, co-chair of Weitz & Luxenberg’s Defective Drugs & Devices practice group, will speak on a panel about the opioid crisis at the upcoming…Read More
Prescription drugs are often rushed to market before their side effects are fully known. In some cases, the side effects turn out to be deadly. In still other cases, the manufacturer and sellers know or at least suspect that these dangerous side effects exist, but are too intent on making profits to do the right things. That’s why Weitz & Luxenberg is here. It’s to hold these makers and marketers responsible, and to see to it that the innocent victims of these products are adequately compensated for the harm they suffered.
Glenn Zuckerman, an associate attorney in our Drugs & Medical Devices Litigation group, adds immeasurably to the firepower Weitz & Luxenberg brings to bear against corporations that conduct operations without regard to the innocent lives they harm. For example, Mr. Zuckerman was deeply involved in a number of big-win lawsuits, such as those against the makers and sellers of the drugs Bextra, Celebrex, and Vioxx.
He is a sought-after speaker in attorney circles: for example, he was tapped as a panelist and lecturer at a gathering of lawyers where he spoke on the topic of “Environmental Law Practice — Recent Developments in CERCLA and Toxic Tort Litigation.” Mr. Zuckerman, a New York native, is a member of the New York State Bar Assn.
He was admitted to practice law in New York in 1997. The previous year, he earned a juris doctor degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (during his time at Cardozo, Mr. Zuckerman became a member of Phi Alpha Delta, a preeminent law fraternity open to men and women). In 1993, Mr. Zuckerman obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New York at Binghamton.
Glenn Zuckerman will be happy to review your case.