Drugs & Medical Devices
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Issue #98, February 2010
A federal judge has ruled in a Fosamax injury case that the learned intermediary doctrine does not bar a negligent failure-to-warn claim brought against
A state appellate court has remanded the issue of whether doctor who has studied the effect that Accutane has on the brain can offer testimony
Issue #97, January 2010
An Illinois federal judge has remanded an Avandia personal injury action, ruling that there is a lack of complete diversity of citizenship
A New Jersey federal judge has dismissed state law fraud and negligent misrepresentation claims brought against
In a Baycol damages case, the 8th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has upheld a federal court's refusal to allow two members of a putative class to relitigate
A judge has ruled that an insurer is not obligated to cover Bausch & Lomb for losses arising from injury claims related to its ReNu contact lens solution
A federal judge has dismissed state law fraud and negligent misrepresentation claims brought against Bristol Meyers Squibb-Co. and Sanofi-Aventis U.S. Inc.
The learned intermediary doctrine defeats claims that Eli Lilly & Co. inadequately warned doctors that Zyprexa could cause diabetes
A Pennsylvania appellate court has vacated a portion of a trial court order granting summary judgment against a class that accused two drug makers of
A federal judge has refused to dismiss a suit accusing Scios Inc. of defrauding Medicare by marketing its heart failure drug for off-label uses