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Tuesday, November 04, 2008

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Stephen Dolle

I agree with the conclusions published in Law.com that the Court will likely rule narrowly in favor of Wyeth in this case. It will no doubt leave open the door for subsequent challenges to test the boundaries of "FDA and mfr" drug labeling, where there will someday be a preemption finding as was seen in Riegel v Medtronic.

I can't help but wonder how 17200 claims could be used against medical manufacturers for false and misleading marketing activities. It could facilitate a simple assessment of fraud in the marketing of a product, without reliance on extensive expert testimony, as is needed in products liability and negligence, now preempted when the manufacturer obtains a PMA (Riegel v. Medtronic) from the FDA.

I am curious as to other's thoughts on the above.

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