GSK Has One Week To Hand Over Zofran Data, Judge Says

Law360, Boston (March 27, 2018, 12:20 PM EDT) -- A Massachusetts federal judge late Monday gave GlaxoSmithKline one week to provide families who blame its popular anti-nausea drug Zofran for causing birth defects a list of all available information involving adverse effects caused by the drug.

In a two-page order issued just hours after oral arguments were held in Boston over the disclosure dispute, U.S. Magistrate Judge Judith Dein ordered GSK to turn over a list of the available fields that can be exported from its database on adverse effects, called Argus. The families have argued Argus data is easily searchable and sortable, and includes information GSK did not reveal...

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