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Mixed Treatment Of Clinical Trial Liability On Summary Judgment
A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. A jack of all trades is a master of none. These cutesy little phrases throw some derision toward one who
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30 Aug 2019
Med Mal Case Dives Deep Into Device Regulation
Reading through Obermeier v. Northwestern Memorial Hosp., __ N.E.3d __, 2019 IL App. (1st) 170553, reminded us of scrolling through television channels in the middle of the day with time to kill.
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23 Jul 2019
Common Sense Cert Petition On CAFA
We have written a number of times on CAFA, the Class Action Fairness Act.
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4 Jul 2019
Smoked Turkey For Barbecue Season
Our days of the week are mostly named based on Norse mythology, but our months are firmly Roman.
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20 Jun 2019
Double Dose Of Delaware Summary Judgment
There will come a time when there is no such thing as the local radio station.
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3 May 2019
The Ripples Of The Fosamax Reversal
If we were to recap briefly our reactions to the Levine decision and ten years of decisions attempting to apply it, then we might say something like this.
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15 Mar 2019
The First Circuit Creates Havoc By Ignoring Facts And An Elephant In The Room
We all know the phrase "the elephant in the room."
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13 Feb 2019
Nutty Cosmetic Class Crushed
We may not know much about skin care, but we know a thing or two about labeling claims.
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17 Jan 2019
The DOJ Lashes Out At Qui Tam Abuse
What follows is a guest post from Joe Metro and Andy Bernasconi of Reed Smith. Andy has some experience with the guest post gig (here and here) ...
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7 Jan 2019
Trying To Reheat A Turkey
As we roll out of bed on the day after Thanksgiving, we are often confronted with contradictory thoughts.
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28 Nov 2018
Clinical Trial Liability Revisited, Briefly
There was a time when we paid quite a bit of attention to the circumstances under which a participant in a clinical trial could impose liability on the sponsor of the clinical trial.
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18 Oct 2018
Discovery Sanctions Affirmed After Plaintiff Lost Summary Judgment
Just two weeks ago, we largely praised an MDL court's handling of sanctions for a plaintiff's stonewalling in response to discovery obligations, but thought the plaintiff ...
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21 Sep 2018
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6 Sep 2018
Litigation Tourists Visit New York And Are Sent Packing
A few weeks ago, we reported on another in a line of Missouri appellate decisions rejecting the ability of Missouri courts to try the claims of non-Missouri residents ...
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8 Aug 2018
Another Missouri Talc Verdict Is Wiped Out On Personal Jurisdiction
Even if Bexis and McConnell like to sport overalls and tool around in souped-up tractors, we are not farmers. We have grown enough heirloom tomatoes, ghost peppers, rainbow chard ...
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17 Jul 2018
A Stroll Down Innovator Liability Memory Lane Results In Dismissals
Since Conte in 2008, we have not made a secret of our view that innovator liability is a bad idea, contrary to traditional tort law principles and to sound public policy.
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4 Jun 2018
Guest Post – It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Case And At Last, Most Of Plaintiff's Lupron Claims Are Dismissed, For Now
Today's post is another guest post from friend of the Blog Kevin Hara, of Reed Smith, who channels our resident movie critic in this wide-ranging discussion of pleading and procedural weirdness.
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8 May 2018
Finding A Buckman Gem
At times, we have given a glimpse into the sausage making that goes into our production of posts on recent interesting cases and developments.
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9 Mar 2018
Staying The Course In A Mississippi Drug Case
These are just a few of the labels we have applied to the authors of this Blog.
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26 Oct 2017
Medical Monitoring Class Certification Fails
Normally, when we think of decisions relating to medical monitoring, the issue is whether a state will recognize medical monitoring for uninjured people as a separate claim or relief that can be sought..
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19 Sep 2017
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