Two species of mass tort litigation — over lead paint and over the cold-medicine additive phenylprepanolamine (PPA) — have been retired from New Jersey’s docket, and in both of them, the plaintiffs bar took a beating.

In the lead-paint litigation, 26 municipalities and counties went away empty-handed after a Supreme Court ruling in June rejected their public nuisance cause of action.

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