Foley & Small - Charitable Activities
The attorneys and staff at Foley & Small contribute to and participate in a variety of charitable and civic organizations and causes. It is important to Foley & Small that they help not only their clients, but also the overall community, by deeds and by gifts.
These deeds and gifts include:
- Benefactor of Samaritan Counseling Center
- Benefactor of the Secret Sister Society
- Contributor to various programs of the South Bend Community School Corporation
- Contributor to various programs of St. Joseph High School
- Contributor to and sponsor of various youth athletic and academic programs and organizations
- Named benefactor and contributor to the St. Joseph County Court House Restoration Fund
- Free legal services provided to various clients through the St. Joseph County Legal Services Organization
Related Blog Posts
08/31/2012 - What would constitute a Premises Liability
Premises Liability cases falling into all of these categories
06/12/2013 - Doug Small Named State Chairperson for Indiana in the NECC Multi-District Litigation Proceeding
Multi-District Litigation proceeding against New England Compounding Center now pending in the federal District Court in Boston
02/26/2015 - Settlement Reached with UniFirst for $30.5 Million
Contractor providing air testing services for NECC in contaminated epidural injections litigation settles
NECC Second Payments Expected This Summer
Tort Trustee Reports Payment Expectation at MDL Status Conference
Final NECC Victims' MDL Payments Due By Summer
The second and final payments to victims of the 2012 fungal meningitis outbreak should come this summer and the underlying court case should be nearing final resolution by August.
Cadden Guilty in NECC Criminal Trial
NECC owner Barry Cadden guilty on racketeering and fraud claims
What is Mass Tort Litigation?
Often seen with defective drugs or medical implants.
Indiana Supreme Court Denies State's NECC Appeal
Court holds NECC related claims against state clinics controlled by Medical Malpractice Act