Tag Archives: Reglan

Supreme Court Finds Generic Drug Lawsuits Pre-empted

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In a devastating opinion for consumers, the Supreme Court has ruled that generic drug companies can not be held liable for failing to warn about known side effects of medications they sell, so long as their labels are identical to those of the original brand-name product.  The ruling may have an impact on thousands of generic drug lawsuits filed throughout the United States, involving problems with generic versions of drugs like Reglan, Accutane, Darvocet, Zocor and others.…

Nearly 1,000 Reglan Lawsuits Now Pending in New Jersey State Court

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The New Jersey state court system has seen a sharp increase in the number of Reglan tardive dykinesia lawsuits filed over the past few months, as many complaints were filed in advance of a possible Reglan statute of limitations deadline for the state in February.  …

Reglan Movement Disorder Lawsuit Filed in Texas

Three Texas residents have filed a Reglan lawsuit alleging that side effects of the acid reflux drug caused them to develop serious movement disorders, such as tardive dyskinesia and drug-induced Parkinson’s disease.…

Supreme Court to Hear Generic Drug Side Effects Label Exemption Case

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The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear an appeal filed by generic drug makers, who say that federal laws requiring their labels to match those of the original medication should allow them to escape liability from product liability lawsuits that allege they failed to properly warn about dangerous drug side effects. …

Reglan Suits Moving Forward in New Jersey State Court

The number of Reglan lawsuits filed in New Jersey state court has climbed to 70, and that number is expected to continue to increase as more complaints are filed in advance of the potential statute of limitations for many cases in February 2011.…

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