Medical device maker Boston Scientific Corp. revealed its legal strategy for battling hundreds of products liability cases in dismissal motions filed this summer that assert most plaintiffs were not physically or financially injured by the recalled Guidant pacemakers.

Boston Scientific’s dismissal motions said plaintiffs who can’t prove an actual injury or monetary loss aren’t protected under consumer protection laws in the majority of states.

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