The next trial over the opioid crisis could be in New York, but it might not be the only one coming up.

On Wednesday, a judge in Suffolk County Supreme Court set a Jan. 20 trial date for a case brought by the state of New York and two Long Island counties, Nassau and Suffolk. That makes the case most likely to be the next trial in the nationwide opioid crisis. So far, only one other case, between the state of Oklahoma and Johnson & Johnson, has gone to trial, ending with a $572 million bench verdict.

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