The Xarelto plaintiff who had her nearly $28 million verdict reversed last month has outlined the issues she plans to raise to the Pennsylvania Superior Court as part of her effort to have the multimillion-dollar award reinstated.

Plaintiff Lynn Hartman on Monday filed a four-page brief challenging Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Michael Erdos’ ruling from last month that granted the defense’s motion for judgment notwithstanding the verdict and eliminated the $27.8 million award a jury handed up in December. The award had been the first win for plaintiffs in the Xarelto litigation after four consecutive losses in federal court.

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