Wyeth, Alaven Dodge Generic Reglan Suit

By Sindhu Sundar (January 14, 2015, 9:33 PM EST) -- Wyeth LLC and Alaven Pharmaceuticals LLC on Monday dodged a fraud and negligence suit by the mother of a teenager who committed suicide after being treated with a generic version of gastric drug Reglan, when a Mississippi federal judge ruled that the brand-name makers cannot be liable for drugs they did not produce.

U.S. District Judge Glen Davidson granted a summary judgment bid by Wyeth and Alaven, ruling that Mississippi products liability law only imposes liability on defendants who made the products in question. Here, the plaintiff, Diane Truddle, had not shown enough proof that her son, Eric Carmichael, took the...

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