This post is to update our readers about subsequent developments in matters covered in some of our prior blogposts.

First, slightly over a year ago we praised Gayle v. Pfizer, Inc., 452 F. Supp.3d 78 (S.D.N.Y. 2020), a prescription drug preemption decision holding, among other things, that a plaintiff could not claim “newly

Today’s case originated in the pelvic mesh MDL pending in the Southern District of West Virginia.  Approximately one year ago, the matter was transferred to plaintiff’s home jurisdiction in Florida.  Accompanying the case upon transfer was defendant’s motion for partial summary judgment on four of plaintiff’s claims.  Plaintiff abandoned three of those claims (strict liability

Along with Shakespeare’s plays and painfully plodding Victorian novels, there is a good chance that your western high school (or perhaps college) education included at least a smattering of philosophy.  The line between political science and philosophy can be hard to draw—Kant, Hobbes, and Rousseau might be featured in classes under either heading, for instance—but

It’s a case that pre- and post-dates the IVC Filters MDL– Ocasio v. C.R. Bard, Inc., 2020 WL 3288026 (M.D. Fla.  Jun. 18, 2020).   In fact, this case got through summary judgment and Daubert rulings in Florida before being transferred to the MDL in Arizona in 2015.  Upon its return to Florida, only two