Texas High Court Sides With Big Pharma in Janssen Failure-to-Warn Case

, The Litigation Daily


The pharmaceutical industry scored a big win on Friday in the Supreme Court of Texas. Not only did the court knock out a $3.6 million verdict against a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary that makes the drug Remicade, but it set a new, tougher standard in the state for bringing cases alleging failure-to-warn and fraud.

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  • W Michael Shinkle

    Unless I am doing something wrong, when I click on the link to the plaintiffs' brief, I get the petitioner's brief. Clicking on the link to Centocor's appellate brief, produces the correct result; but you get the same brief when you click on the link to the plaintiffs' brief.

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