Multidistrict litigation is “littered with examples of undisclosed non-party involvement gone wrong,” according to Sanofi-Aventis U.S. LLC in a motion renewing its demand that plaintiffs attorneys disclose outside funding of lawsuits filed over breast cancer drug Taxotere.
Among the ills Sanofi lawyers depicted: fee arrangements with doctors, medical screenings of plaintiffs, and outside funders that allowed doctors to charge inflated costs on medical liens.
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