The attorney representing the plaintiff in the ongoing pelvic-mesh trial in Philadelphia hammered the device makers during his closing argument for their alleged failure to tell doctors and patients about the erosion rates of the device and the risk of permanent harm.
During closing arguments Tuesday, Kline & Specter attorney Shanin Specter told the jury in Carlino v. Ethicon that the company’s conduct was “beyond reckless.”
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