La. Law was a live legal call in talk show hosted by Vincent J. Glorioso, Jr and shown on cox television in the late 80’s. the following is a small clip from the show on April 19, 1988. This show talks about drunk drivers and M.A.D.D. (Mother’s Against Drunk Driving) as well as [...]
La. Law was the first live legal call in talk show in New Orleans in the late 80’s hosted by Vincent J. Glorioso, Jr. The following is a small clip from the show on April 7, 1988. This shows deals with Insurance companies and the so called “insurance crisis”, as well as other [...]
Author: Maria B. Glorioso | category : Published Articles There was a time, perhaps in our parents’ generation, when, if a woman had two children, and one had become a doctor and the other a lawyer, she was equally proud of both. On the scale of public esteem, lawyers stood near the top along with [...]
Author: Maria B. Glorioso | category : Published Articles In preparing to write this message I turned to my “quick fixes” for inspiration and ideas. I found a book entitled ‘In Search of Atticus Finch’ written by Mike Papantonio. It was given to me by my father in hopes that I would strive to have [...]
“We are always looking for ways to give something back and mentor young law professionals, so this competition was an excellent opportunity for us,” comments Maria Glorioso, managing partner of the Glorioso Law Firm in New Orleans. The competition Glorioso speaks of was the 2010 finals of the Association for Justice (AAJ) Student Trial Advocacy [...]
The American Association for Justice (AAJ) honored Maria B. Glorioso the Distinguished Service Award at it's 2010 annual convention in Vancouver, BC for going above and beyond her commitment to the principles of the civil justice system and the American Association for Justice's mission.
Class Action Settlement With Wal-Mart Is The Largest Wage And Hours Settlement In United States History.
Vincent “Trey” Glorioso, III, and the Glorioso Law Firm, who were local class counsel for Louisiana hourly wage employees employed by Wal-Mart have settled what is being called the largest wage and hours settlement in U.S. history. As part of the terms of the settlement, Wal-Mart agreed to pay between $65 and $85 million. Judge [...]
Washington, D.C.—Unforeseen hazards are still finding their way into toys despite recently improved safety standards, illustrating the need for a strong civil justice system that protects children and holds negligent manufacturers accountable, according to a new report released today by the American Association for Justice (AAJ). For years, corporations have knowingly shipped toys with hidden [...]
5/18/2010 3:59 PM By Michelle Massey Glorioso U.S. District Court Judge Lance M. Africk is allowing the parents of a child born in 1984 with cerebral palsy to continue their case against the hospital that provided their son neonatal treatment. The parents argue that the hospital was negligent by not informing them that their son [...]
FDA Public Health Notification: Serious Complications Associated with Transvaginal Placement of Surgical Mesh in Repair of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence
Issued: October 20, 2008 Dear Healthcare Practitioner: This is to alert you to complications associated with transvaginal placement of surgical mesh to treat Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) and Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). Although rare, these complications can have serious consequences. Following is information regarding the adverse events that have been reported to the FDA and [...]