Two weeks after the judge in charge of nearly 8,000 suits over the acne medication Accutane spurned Hoffmann-La Roche’s attempt to remove her, the drug maker is escalating its efforts.

On Monday, Roche filed a motion for leave to appeal Superior Court Judge Carol Higbee’s Feb. 13 rejection of the argument that she harbors a pro-plaintiff bias that requires her recusal.

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