Problem for Plaintiffs Lawyers? People Like Pharma Companies Post-Pandemic
"If I'm trying a case against Moderna [a developer of a COVID-19 vaccine], there's going to be a positive impression and you're going to have to deal with it," said Christopher Placitella, a drug defect lawyer at Cohen, Placitella & Roth in Red Bank, New Jersey.
Public attitudes about pharmaceutical companies have improved significantly during the pandemic, and litigators are gearing up to deal with that trend in the courtroom.
Some attorneys who file drug defect suits expect that drug company lawyers will seek to bask in the glow of their newfound public esteem at upcoming pharmaceutical trials.
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