‘Large Plaintiff Case Inventories Often Distort the Law’
“This is probably not the first you have heard of the recent [Eastern District of Pennsylvania] Daubert do-over in the Zoloft litigation, and it probably won’t be the last. In re Zoloft Products Liability Litigation, 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 1598 (E.D. Pa. January 7, 2015), was issued on Orthodox Christmas Day and the day after the feast of the Epiphany. If it were a Christmas present we’d return it for a bag of tube sox. If it offered an epiphany, it was merely further proof that large plaintiff case inventories too often distort the law.” — Stephen J. McConnell, Reed Smith, in a post on the Drug & Device Defense Blog
McConnell was one of the presenters at HB’s Drug & Device Defense Forum in 2014. Watch for our announcement for the 2015 dates.
Also . . .
HB Litigation Conferences Presents
Mass Torts Judicial Forum with Hon. Marina Corodemus*
Friday, April 17, 2015