Hip & Knee Implant Litigation
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Issue #90, December 2018
A federal appeals court says it lacks jurisdiction over an Ohio federal court’s ruling that an attorney’s fee dispute should be heard by the court overseeing the DePuy ASR hip implant MDL docket, explaining that the ruling is not a “final, appealable decision.”
Corin Group has asserted numerous affirmative defenses, including preemption, learned intermediary, contributory negligence and failure to state a claim, in a Florida federal action targeting its Cormet System hip replacement device.
Issue #89, November 2018
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.
A Connecticut federal judge has denied a couple’s request to further amend their complaint in a Wright Medical Profemur Hip lawsuit, noting the plaintiffs were already given the opportunity to file a final amended pleading.
The judge overseeing the federal Biomet M2a Magnum Hip multidistrict litigation docket has activated a pool of cases as Group 7 for case specific discovery and directed the plaintiffs to provide Biomet with completed and updated medical records authorizations by Dec. 14.
Plaintiffs in the multidistrict litigation involving the Zimmer M/L Taper Hip or M/L Taper Hip with Kinectiv Technology and VerSys Femoral Head have asked a New York federal judge to appoint a plaintiffs’ executive committee.
A Texas man has opposed Smith & Nephew’s motion to stay an action involving its multi-component metal-on-metal hip implant system pending possible inclusion in a multidistrict litigation proceeding, arguing that his petition to remand should be decided first.
Md. Federal Judge Dismisses 12 Complaints as Time-Barred in BHR Hip MDL; Allows Remaining Cases to Proceed
A Maryland federal judge has dismissed 12 complaints filed against Smith & Nephew in the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing multidistrict litigation, ruling they are time-barred under the applicable statutes of limitation.
A Texas man has moved to remand his action against Smith & Nephew Inc. involving its multi-component metal-on-metal hip implant system, arguing that the company failed to obtain consent from the other defendants before removing the case.
An Oklahoma federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against the maker of an expandable vertebral body replacement implant system, ruling that the battery claim is time-barred, and the fraud claim was not pled with the requisite particularity.