Judge Sets Busy Trial Slate For Philly Testosterone Cases

By Dan Packel (January 3, 2018, 6:38 PM EST) -- Attorneys handling a suite of testosterone product liability cases that had been moldering in Philadelphia will be busy for the next 13 months, after a state court judge on Wednesday scheduled 17 trials to take place between June and January 2019.

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge John M. Younge had initially hoped to schedule just seven bellwether trials that would run from June through December that would lead to the resolution of nearly 30 cases pending in the court. But he also agreed to spread another 10 trials between September and January 2019, backing off on an early threat to...

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