Tripping Up Defendants With Bootstrap Reasoning
Upon first reading of the opinion, we thought Bartlett told the following story:
New Hampshire has adopted the controversial third aspect of the risk/utility doctrine so that plaintiff needed only to prove that the risk posed by the drug — sulindac, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) — outweighed its utility; it's often prescribed for the sort of shoulder pain suffered...
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