Generic-Drug Consumers Get Rare Boost With Ala. Ruling

Product Liability Law360, Reprinted with permission

08/20/2014

Product Life Cycle and Class Actions + Mass Torts

In The News

In this article, James Huston comments on the Alabama Supreme Court's decision to uphold its controversial view that brand-name drug makers can be liable for inadequate warnings on generics marking the first such ruling by a state's highest court and endorsing a theory of misrepresentation that plaintiffs can now use to persuade other courts.

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