Parallel Violation Claims

Not long ago, an EPL (evil plaintiff lawyer) relayed to us that, based on reading our posts, another EPL had assumed we had a particular political view.  As we laughed at the notion, we pondered the issues of assumption and incomplete information.  Much like the old quip about what happens when you assume, many assumptions

This post is from the non-Reed Smith side of the blog.

When we posted about Sikkelee v. Precision Airmotive Corporation, 907 F.3d 701 (3d. Cir. 2018) we thought it should be the end of failure-to-report claims in the Third Circuit.  But, since that decision was about an FAA failure-to-report claim, we felt it was

When it comes to medical device preemption, having Pre-Market Approval (“PMA”) is like being dealt pocket aces in Texas Hold’Em Poker.  It’s the strongest starting hand you can have; a 4:1 favorite over any other two card combo.  It means you’re starting in the power position.  Since the Supreme Court’s decision in Riegel v. Medtronic