Tuesday, March 4, 2008
The ABA Mass Torts Litigation Committee has posted its Winter 2008 newsletter, which includes the following articles:
Let Data Speak Equally to All: The Increasing Importance of Raw Data in Litigation and a Proposal for Principles Governing the Production, Protection, and Use of Raw Data in the Litigation Context, by Laura Ellsworth, Charles Moellenberg, and Neelie Simmons (all of Jones Day);
Don't Step on My Toes -- The Use of The Doctrine of Primary Jurisdiction as a "Defense" in Tort Litigation, by Katherine Winchester (Ice Miller);
Blogging 101: An Interview with Mark Herrmann and James Beck of the "Drug and Device Blog," interviewed by Eric Hudson (Butler Snow) and Harley Ratliff (Shook, Hardy); and
State ex. rel. Johnson & Johnson v. Karl: Is the Learned Intermediary Doctrine Outdated?, by John Camp and Gary Pappas (both of Carlton Fields).