Eight hours into his testimony at the Vioxx trial in Atlantic City, N.J., last week, the plaintiffs’ first witness got a jolt.

The judge interrupted Merck sales and marketing executive David Anstice and gave jurors a curative instruction: Merck could have issued a safety warning at any time after it learned of the painkiller’s cardiovascular risks in March 2000.

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