Monday, July 28, 2008

Zyprexa Protective Order Piece Published

It took a bit longer than I expected, but my article, When the Bell Can't be Unrung: Document Leaks and Protective Orders in Mass Tort Litigation, is now out in The Review of Litigation (the article is not online there, but available via Lexis and Westlaw). Its citation is 27 Rev. Litig. 565. It will be reprinted later this year by the American Enterprise Institute, and we're working on a panel discussion addressing it.

The piece is based in part on a number of posts here addressing the document leak in the Zyprexa litigation, starting with this one. You can see other posts here.

--BC

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/tortsprof/2008/07/zyprexa-protect.html

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Zyprexa has generated a lot of bad press for Eli Lilly and they still have unresolved Zyprexa settlement claims.
Eli Lilly is 'reaping the whirlwind' for aggressive marketing of Zyprexa that has caused suffering and deaths.

Zyprexa is being avoided by doctors they aren't prescribing it for new patients at all anymore.
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Daniel Haszard 4 year Zyprexa patient who got diabetes from it. http://www.zyprexa-victims.com

Posted by: Daniel Haszard | Jul 29, 2008 12:43:13 AM

I have been on 20 mg. of Zyprexa for about a year and a half. I still have conspiratorial thoughts and troubled sleep. My concern grew when my doctor suggested raising my dose to 30. I looked in my pharmceuitical manual and it said 20 was max. Would 30 mgs. really have been a dangerous dose?

Posted by: Victoria Lytle | Jul 30, 2008 2:46:28 PM

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