Atty's Widow Asks High Court To Look At Case Against GSK

By Mike LaSusa (December 20, 2018, 10:22 PM EST) -- The widow of a Reed Smith LLP partner who had been taking a GlaxoSmithKline antidepressant when he killed himself asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday to review the case against the drugmaker, which was initially held liable for the death until a Seventh Circuit appeals panel threw out the verdict.

Wendy Dolin, the widow of the late Reed Smith partner Stewart Dolin, who began taking a generic version of GSK's Paxil antidepressant just days before he jumped in front of a Chicago subway train in 2010, said she didn't get a fair hearing in the Seventh Circuit.

The appeals court...

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