Did Pfizer cross the line on the eve of last month's crucial test trial involving its controversial Neurontin drug? Questions linger about why the world's largest pharmaceutical company sent a former CIA agent to a whistleblowing scientist's home the day before he was due to testify. The scientist told The Am Law Litigation Daily he and his family felt intimidated by the investigator's appearance and are still shaken by the event. Pfizer has apologized, but maintains in a newly filed brief that the investigator followed standard protocols.
Did Pfizer Intimidate a Key Plaintiffs Witness on the Eve of the Neurontin Trial?
The American Lawyer
August 10, 2009