The judge in New Jersey’s latest Vioxx trial has refused to overturn a jury verdict that makes one of the plaintiffs ineligible to recover more than nominal damages.

Superior Court Judge Carol Higbee on Monday denied a motion to set aside the jury’s Friday finding that there was no failure to warn Brian Hermans, who died of a heart attack after using the painkiller, of its cardiovascular dangers.

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