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Plaintiff Runs out of Time in Prosthetic Hip Lawsuit

Device makers know all too well they can be hit with a Warning Letter for failure to file a medical device report (MDR) when they reasonably should have known the device was associated with an adverse event, but a plaintiff in a lawsuit over a hip implant recently… 448 more words

Regulatory News

Apple Scores Quick De Novo

The pilot program for the FDA precert framework for software medical devices is still in development, but Apple Inc. scored a win with two apps for its Apple Watch 4 in a remarkably short amount of time. 406 more words

Regulatory News

The Perils of Product Liability Insurance When Mass Litigation Strikes

Based on a report yesterday from the Cook County Register, a settlement has apparently been reached between Abbvie and plaintiffs in the testosterone replacement therapy drug cases.  455 more words

Pharma

Possible Opioid Settlement and the Role of Product Liability Insurance

The recent headline, “Opioid Lawsuits Look More Like A Tobacco Settlement Every Day” in Forbes grabbed my attention for reasons I will explain.  As you know, I help life science companies develop and implement insurance programs that enables them to transfer risk to the insurance company.  442 more words

Pharma

Who is Liable When the Cause of Your Injuries is a Car Airbag?

Car airbags prevent many more serious injuries than they cause. The purpose of this post is not to make you cagey about riding in a car with airbags. 483 more words

Personal Injury

What California Women Should Know About Essure Lawsuits

When Essure first debuted on the market in 2002, the media hailed it as the least invasive form of permanent birth control possible. Until Essure became available, the only option for permanent contraception was tubal ligation, which can only be done through an invasive surgery.   444 more words

Defective Products / Products Liability

Monday Morning Reads

Good morning and welcome to the start of another week.  Here is what I am reading as we kick off the final week in June: 71 more words

Daily Reads