Welcome to Law.com Class Actions: Critical Mass, a weekly briefing for class action and mass tort attorneys. After two drug companies settled on Tuesday, Walgreens was the only defendant remaining at the close of San Francisco’s opioid trial. Plaintiffs’ attorneys will appeal a July 7 order tossing out a consolidated class action over security flaws in Intel’s microprocessors. Find out who stepped in to represent Safeway, one of several retailers sued over prenatal acetaminophen use.

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Boxes of tablets, produced by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., sit on a pharmacy counter in this arranged photograph in London.

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