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Ga. Federal Zimmer NexGen Knee Case Set for Trial May 13

ATLANTA — A Georgia federal lawsuit involving Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc.’s NexGen replacement knee device has been scheduled for a jury trial on May 13, according to a recent court filing.

In the order, Judge Michael L. Brown of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia also scheduled a pretrial conference for April 16. The order follows the judge’s denial of Zimmer’s motion for summary judgment on the plaintiff’s claim that the knee device was defectively manufactured.

Patrick O’Shea suffered from chronic knee pain in his left knee. His left leg was deformed, the result of a ...

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