We really don’t like it when state aspiring governors (that’s what “AG” stands for, isn’t it?) come after our clients − especially when our clients were merely exercising their First Amendment rights to make truthful statements about this or that off-label use.  But then, the state AGs never cared what we thought before, so why

We’re involved in HT litigation, so we can’t comment much, but readers will want to look at Rick v. Wyeth, Inc., ___ F.3d ___, Nos. 3354, et al., slip op. (8th Cir. Oct. 25, 2011).  Trying to take advantage of Minnesota’s notoriously long statute of limitations, the plaintiffs, who had originally filed in

This guest post was written by Sean P. Costello http://www.jonesday.com/scostello/. Mr. Costello is an associate resident in the Atlanta office of Jones Day http://www.jonesday.com/Home.aspx. This post is entirely his work. It, of course, represents only his views, and not the views of his clients or firm:

At 10:00 a.m. (Central Standard Time) today,

We’ve now had a chance to read the Eighth Circuit’s short (ten-page) decision in In re St. Jude Medical, Inc., Silzone Heart Valve Prods. Liab. Litig., No. 06-3860, slip. op. (8th Cir. Apr. 9. 2008) (link) (now reported at, 522 F.3d 836). Sometimes good things come in small packages.

St. Jude recalled all

You’re stuck with Bexis this time. The recent Zandi v. Wyeth decisions that we’re going to discuss are too close for comfort to some matters that Herrmann’s defending – so he’s taken a pass on this one. You may now flee for the exits. Line forms on the right. No pushing.

We’ve remarked before that