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September 8, 2014

In The News Today – September 8, 2014

A new case that could be considered by the Supreme Court may determine how quickly generic drug makers “need to match changes in labeling that are made by equivalent brand-name medicines.” The case involves a California woman who says she was harmed from taking a generic medication for which the risk information was “insufficient.” The labeling on the brand-name version of the drug was updated in 2010 and 2011 — “comparable changes to the generic labeling were made six weeks after each update.” (Wall Street Journalsubscription required)

U.S. District Judge Edward Davila of the Northern District of California has slashed plaintiffs’ attorney fees by a “whopping 70 percent” in the $32 million TCPA class action settlement from Bank of America. The attorneys had sought $8 million, but “Davila found just $2.4 million in fees to be justified.” (National Law Journal)

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