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Pradaxa Lawsuit Update (MDL 2385): Recent Articles Raise Issue of Credibility with Company’s own Clinical Trial

The Hamilton Spectator found interest in lawsuits filed in July 2013 by Samuel Richardson of Castlewood, Va. and Billie Jean Benitez of Fair Oaks, Ca. While these are two plaintiffs amongst nearly 2,300 in the pending Multidistrict Litigation, In re: Pradaxa® (Dabigatran Etexilate) Products Liability Litigation (MDL 2385, Case No. 12-md-2385), who have filed cases […]

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New Research: Testosterone Drugs Linked to Increased Risk of Blood Clots, Heart Attack and Stroke

The FDA recently announced the launch of an investigation of the cardiovascular risks associated with testosterone therapy. The medical safety alert is to warn men of potential risks and/or side effects associated with testosterone therapy. Studies have shown that, as early as one month and up to the first 90 days after starting testosterone therapy, dangerous […]

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Pradaxa Lawsuit Update (MDL 2385): News Articles Report BI Altered Research Paper it Feared Would Harm Sales

What if a pharmaceutical company knew that its drug required frequent testing to reduce the potential danger to patients, yet hid that information? According to two recent news articles, the manufacturer of the anticoagulant drug Pradaxa may have done just that. The problem may start with “the fact that much of the research on drugs […]

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Actos® MDL Trial Update (MDL 2299): Judge Rules that Jury Can Hear Claims Over Takeda’s Destroyed Files

Bloomberg reports that The Honorable Judge Rebecca F. Doherty, who presides over the Actos® Multidistrict Litigation (MDL 2299), has decided that Takeda must allow the jury for the first federal trial to hear claims that it intentionally destroyed files related to its Actos® diabetes drug. Officials at the Osaka, Japan-based Takeda admitted they cannot find […]

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Minnesota Plaintiff Overcomes Federal Preemption in Medtronic Infuse® Case: Judge Rules that Case Allowed to Proceed

The Star Tribune reports that a Minnesota judge has agreed to allow a Medtronic Infuse® bone graft case to proceed. In particular, Judge Laurie Miller will allow a Minnesota man to sue Medtronic over injuries he alleges was caused by Medtronic’s Infuse® bone graft product and to bring three charges of fraud and misrepresentation. The […]

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FDA Requests Clinical Data from AstraZeneca due to Heart Failure Risk Associated with Type 2 Diabetes Drugs Onglyza® and Kombiglyze XR®

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a Drug Safety Communication informing doctors and consumers that it has “requested clinical trial data from the manufacturer of saxagliptin to investigate a possible association between use of the type 2 diabetes drug and heart failure.” Saxagliptin is a Type 2 diabetes drug marketed as […]

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$56 Million Settlement Reached Against Hip Implant Manufacturer Biomet

Law 360 reports that Biomet Inc., the manufacturer of the M2a-38 and M2a-Magnum hip implants, have agreed to a $56 million settlement. This settlement will end the federal lawsuit against the company that was consolidated into a Multidistrict Litigation in 2012. The Multidistrict Litigation is entitled In re: Biomet M2a Magnum Hip Implant Products Liability […]

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Actos Lawsuit Update: First Actos Trial in the MDL Underway

The first trial in the Multidistrict Litigation In re: Actos® (Pioglitazone) Products Liability Litigation, MDL 2299, is underway and expected to last six weeks. The Actos® Multidistrict Litigation (MDL 2299) is currently pending in the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana before The Honorable Judge Rebecca F. Doherty. According to the […]

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Pradaxa Lawsuit Update (MDL 2385): Internal Company Documents Recently Unsealed in MDL, as Reported by The New York Times

The New York Times reports that numerous documents have been made public in the Pradaxa® Multidistrict Litigation entitled In re: Pradaxa® (Dabigatran Etexilate) Products Liability Litigation (MDL 2385, Case No. 12-md-2385) pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois. The New York Times provides: “Many of the documents released by […]

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NuvaRing Lawsuit Update: $100 Million Settlement Reached Against Merck

On February 7, 2014, United States District Court Judge Rodney W. Sippel approved a $100 Million settlement in the NuvaRing® Multidistrict Litigation In re: NuvaRing® Products Liability Litigation (MDL No. 1964, Case No. 08-md-1964). Schlichter, Bogard & Denton, LLP are leaders in the national Multidistrict Litigation and have been appointed by Judge Sippel to serve […]

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