Attorneys representing the makers of medical devices and pharmaceutical drugs are turning to the courts to combat what they claim are questionable lawsuits driven by an influx of aggressive advertising.

A new crop of companies called lead generators, which refer clients to plaintiffs law firms, are fueling an increase in spending on advertising. And defense lawyers are joining the refrain of tort reform advocates and their own clients by turning complaints about ads into legal arguments.

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