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February 25, 2013

Alabama Ruling Could Open the Door to Novel Lawsuits

Lawyers for Pfizer are asking the Alabama Supreme Court to reconsider its recent decision that can hold name-brand drugmakers liable for the generic versions of their products, reports the Wall Street Journal.  The company says the ruling violates the “basic legal tenet that a manufacturer is liable only for its products” and could make the state a “magnet for novel personal-injury lawsuits.”

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