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July 20, 2009
Federal Court in NJ Dismisses Off-Label-Marketing Suit Against Schering-Plough
Article in AmLaw Litigation Daily -- Schering-Plough Wins Dismissal of 'Off-Label' Suit, by Ben Hallman. Here's an excerpt:
A recent decision by a New Jersey federal court sets a tough standard for plaintiffs trying to piggyback on government investigations of off-label drug marketing. In dismissing a lawsuit against Schering-Plough, federal district court judge Stanley Chesler ruled that even if the company has violated off-label marketing rules--as it seems to have done for two cancer drugs--plaintiffs must prove that the drug was marketed for an ineffective use, and that the patient received no benefit from it.
And here's a link to the opinion by Judge Chesler.
July 20, 2009 in Class Actions, FDA, Pharmaceuticals - Misc., Products Liability | Permalink
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