Welcome to Law.com Class Actions: Critical Mass, a weekly briefing for class action and mass tort attorneys. Three major pharmacy chains have been found liable for public nuisance claims in the first opioid crisis jury trial. Monsanto claims it can’t put a carcinogen warning on Roundup without federal approval. And find out who’s representing the Astroworld venue manager in the case over the mass casualty event earlier this month.

I’m Ellen Bardash, filling in for Amanda Bronstad for the week. Feel free to reach out to me at [email protected], or to Amanda at [email protected], with your input.

Mark Lanier of The Lanier Law Firm and Peter H. Weinberger of Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP speak at a Zoom press conference about the jury verdict in the Ohio opioids trial.

First Opioid Crisis Jury Trial Ends In Loss for Pharmacies

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