A Generic Drug Failure to Warn Claim? –Michelle Hart Yeary

 

How on Earth can a plaintiff plead and prove that a purported failure to report adverse events to the FDA caused him or her any injury?

Maybe a learned plaintiff attorney would like to weigh in, but for a defense commentary on the preemption — or not — of claims […]

News Release: Judge Corodemus (ret.) Assembles Webinar Panel on Recent Mass Tort Decisions

 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Recent Court Rulings in Mass Torts: Attorneys Adjusting Strategies in Wake of ‘Seminal’ Decisions

A spate of state and federal court rulings have […]

Best Darn Law Blog: Drug & Device Law Blog

Blogging isn’t easy. Bloggers must have a devotion and discipline to work on something that, somedays, must feel like a time-consuming hobby one might […]

California Medtronic Infuse Ruling

Rejects Preemption of Class III Device Claims

The California Court of Appeals held in Coleman v. Medtronic, that the plaintiff’s claims of negligence per se and strict liability failure […]

Avandia: Current Litigation, Status of the MDL and Future Trials Teleconference

Date: March 26, 2009

Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) & Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN)

Date: April 20, 2010