Ala. High Court Upholds Landmark Generic-Drug Injury Ruling

Law360, New York (August 15, 2014, 6:12 PM EDT) -- The Alabama Supreme Court on Friday upheld its decision finding that makers of brand-name drugs can be held liable for injuries caused by their generic counterparts, a ruling that Pfizer Inc. called an “outlier” among the courts. 

After agreeing to reconsider the case in June 2013, the state’s high court issued a divided opinion with five justices agreeing to uphold the court's January 2013 order finding that under state law, consumers allegedly injured by a generic drug can bring suit against the corresponding brand-name manufacturer for...
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