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We offer today’s case as a good recitation of Alabama warranty and fraud law.  Both have precise pleading requirements that plaintiff failed to meet in Morris v. Angiodynamics, Inc., 2024WL 476884 (M.D. Ala. Feb. 7, 2024). 

Plaintiff was implanted with a port used to deliver his chemotherapy treatments.  About five months after implant, plaintiff

Today’s post is a short cautionary tale about Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 15(a)(1) and plaintiff’s “one free shot” at amending a complaint.  That rule provides:

(B) if the pleading is one to

On February 6, Dechert is proud to host the 2024 Life Sciences Day, an interdisciplinary program designed for in-house counsel, chief officers, and strategic investors. This dynamic half-day event will feature expert panels discussing key issues in the life sciences sector and include speakers from leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies.  

Our panelists will