Defining the Boundaries for Pre-emption of Drug Labeling Claims

2020-02-18T21:00:25+00:00 February 18th, 2020|Categories: Johanna L. Matloff, Julie L. Martin, Manufacturing Processes, Warnings and Code Compliance|Tags: , , |

Drug warning labels must comply with federal regulations and receive approval from the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) before going to market. Therefore, manufacturers may argue that state law actions related to the information contained in – or missing from – the labels should be preempted if it would be

It’s Not Too Late in Massachusetts: Claims for Latent Personal Injuries Caused by Dangerous or Defective Products

2019-05-29T15:26:29+00:00 May 24th, 2019|Categories: Johanna L. Matloff, Warnings and Code Compliance|

A number of former NFL players recently filed an appeal in the Illinois Appellate Court challenging a lower court ruling that dismissed their claims against helmet manufacturer Riddell as untimely. The players alleged that Riddell, along with the NFL, failed to warn them of the long-term consequences of sustaining multiple