The state Superior Court has upheld summary judgment in an unpublished opinion in a case involving Ohio plaintiffs who alleged that a woman’s use of the antidepressant Paxil during her pregnancy led to birth defects in her daughter’s heart.

The panel was made up of Senior Judge Gene Strassburger, who wrote the memorandum opinion, and Judges Anne E. Lazarus and Paula Francisco Ott. Lazarus and Ott concurred in the result without writing separate concurrences.

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