Tuesday, March 4, 2008

ABA Mass Torts Litigation Committee Winter 2008 Newsletter

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 Johnson & Johnson v. Karl: Is the Learned Intermediary Doctrine Outdated?, by John Camp and Gary Pappas (both of Carlton Fields).

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Mass tort lawyers should invest the time to read the article from Jones Day lawyers: Let Data Speak Equally to All ..... This topic is going to appear more and more often because of the nature of evolving science, and the sometimes tight ties between litigation and the development of knowledge regarding a particular substance or product. The authors cover the caselaw pretty well, and also offer some interesting suggested rules for resolving these types of issues.

Posted by: Kirk Hartley | Mar 6, 2008 12:01:39 PM

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