Several weeks ago, we reported on Greisberg v. Boston Scientific Corp., 2022 WL 1261318 (3d Cir. 2022), in which the Third Circuit affirmed dismissal of a failure-to-warn claim because the plaintiff had failed to allege facts sufficient to overcome New Jersey’s “compliance presumption,” a statutory presumption (adopted by numerous states) under which a medical

It is now 2019, but we are still finding bits of leftover 2018 business on our desk and in our emails. Towards the end of last year, we encountered an avalanche of good rulings from the Southern District of Indiana in the Cook IVC filters litigation. Here is one we found hidden in the toe