Philadelphia's juries seem to be persuaded by the arguments presented by hormone therapy litigation plaintiffs in their products liability actions against a locally based pharmaceuticals giant, but the city's judges don't. A ruling Wednesday by a judge granting the defense judgment NOV in Nelson v. Wyeth means that the first hormone therapy case to reach trial in the city's Complex Litigation Center has effectively ended with a Wyeth victory despite a sizable jury award in favor of the plaintiffs.
$3 Million Verdict Tossed in Hormone Therapy Case
The Legal Intelligencer
June 4, 2007
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