The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday denied certiorari review in a high-profile case involving the suicide of a Reed Smith partner in 2010, an outcome that favors GlaxoSmithKline, the pharmaceutical company whose antidepressant drug was targeted as a cause of his death.

In 2017, a Chicago federal jury awarded $3 million to the widow of lawyer Stewart Dolin after finding that GlaxoSmithKline was liable for his suicide. He was taking a generic version of the company’s drug Paxil.

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