A few years ago we did a couple of posts about the learned intermediary decision that arose from the Zimmer Nexgen Knee Implant MDL, and was subsequently affirmed by the Seventh Circuit Court of appeals.  We designated the opinion In re Zimmer Nexgen Knee Implant Products Liability Litigation, 218 F. Supp. 3d 700 (N.D.

Regular readers know that, after receiving a useful guest post on Iowa learned intermediary law, we asked our readers if they would like to prepare similar detailed arguments in favor of the LIR for other states in which there was no state-court appellate law.  Here is one for Wisconsin.  It’s authored by three attorneys from

We are going to Peoria next week.  On an airplane.  Ordinarily, this would not be newsworthy, but we are irrationally excited to be taking this step toward normalcy.  We have long comforted apprehensive young lawyers by assuring them that any event provoking fear would soon recede into the past tense.  The last year did not