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Tort/Negligence – Prescription Drug Misbranding – Oxycontin Addiction – Learned Intermediary Doctrine – Civil Practice – Statute of Limitations (access required)

Luberda v. Purdue Frederick Corp. (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-083-14, 16 pp.) (R. Bryan Harwell, J.) 4:13-cv-00897; D.S.C. Holding: In his negligence, gross negligence and fraud claims, plaintiff has not alleged that his physician would have changed his decision to prescribe Oxycontin if there had been a different warning on the drug’s label. The court gives plaintiff ...

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