Nearly two years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that manufacturers of generic drugs were immune from liability in "failure to warn" lawsuits in state courts, in part because under federal law, generics are powerless to have warnings or labels that are different from their brand-name counterparts.
In pharma arguments, high stakes for generic drug makers
The National Law Journal
March 19, 2013
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