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J & J to pay billions for fraud regarding Risperdal

In a nearly record-setting pay out, pharmaceutical industry giant Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and some of its subsidiaries will pay more than $2.2 billion in civil and criminal fines stemming from the manufacturer’s conduct surrounding its drug Risperdal, and two

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Study Confirms Transvaginal Mesh Adds No Benefits

Juries have been finding against the manufacturers of transvaginal mesh (TVM) and awarding significant verdicts to women harmed by these products. And now a new study has found there is no added benefit to implanting TVM into women who have surgery to correct pelvic organ

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Phillips Grossman sues antidepressant drug makers

As evidence continues to mount that some antidepressants can cause birth defects, Phillips Grossman is filing lawsuits on behalf of families whose children were born with defects caused by the drugs. At issue are the categories of anti-depressant medications referred to as

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Sanders Viener Grossman files Januvia, Byetta lawsuits

On September 3, 2013, Sanders Viener Grossman, LLP (affiliate of Phillips Grossman, PLLC) filed wrongful death lawsuits against Merck & Co. Inc., Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Eli Lily & Co. in the Southern District of California in San Diego.  Today those cases

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FDA Act Allow Generic Drug Maufacturers Adjust Safety Labels

In a significant move to protect those harmed by generic drugs, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently indicated its intent to create a new rule in which generic drug manufacturers would be required to modify and strengthen safety labels to warn of side effects that

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Firm Attorney Vicki Maniatis Conquers Ironman

When it comes to winning legal arguments, attorney Vicki Maniatis knows a thing or two about preparation and tenacity.  But her preparation and tenacity doesn’t stop at the courtroom steps.  When not charging forward against big pharmaceutical companies on

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Plaintiff wins $2 million against TVM Manufacturer Bard

A Charleston, West Virginia jury recently awarded a Georgia woman a total of $2 million against C. R. Bard Industries, one of the manufacturers of transvaginal mesh (TVM) products, in one of the first cases to go to trial. Finding the company guilty of “fraud, malice

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Promoting improper off-label use of its bone-growth spinal product Infuse

Sanders Viener Grossman, The Phillips Firm and Hodes Milman file lawsuit against device manufacturer Medtronic, Inc. and Medtronic Sofamor Danek for promoting improper off-label use of its bone-growth spinal product Infuse® Accusing Medtronic, Inc., of encouraging

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Wonder why your doctor didn’t prescribe the cheaper generic drug?

Study finds drug company pay may be the reason Human nature being what it is, this may come as no surprise.  But a new study has found that pharmaceutical companies’ compensation to doctors in the form of cash, meals and travel, result in doctors prescribing that

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Physician Payment Sunshine Act | Section 6002

What can make the sun shine? New Federal Rule, “Physician Payment Sunshine Act—Section 6002” requiring payments to doctors by medical device, pharmaceutical  and biologics companies to be made public. The Federal Government, with the help of the

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