Failure-To-Warn, Manufacturing Defect Claims to Proceed Against St. Jude in Riata Lead Case

Failure-to-warn and manufacturing defect claims asserted against St. Jude Medical Inc. in connection with its Riata defibrillator lead are not federally preempted because the state and federal requirements at issue cannot be compared at this stage in the litigation, a Kentucky federal judge has held.

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