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In an important recent Daubert decision, Judge Lewis A. Kaplan of the Southern District of New York ruled that plaintiffs in the Rezulin multidistrict litigation may not rely on proposed expert opinion testimony that the medication can cause liver injury to a patient who did not experience markedly abnormal liver enzymes while on therapy. In Re Rezulin Products Liability Litigation, MDL 1348, 2005 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 3790 (SDNY Mar. 14, 2005), hereinafter (“In Re Rezulin”). Apart from its profound implications for the Rezulin litigation, the decision has far-reaching significance for pharmaceutical and toxic tort product liability cases.

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