$28 Million Verdict Tossed in Drug Failure-to-Warn Case
Deposed the key witness—the prescribing physician—in a drug failure-to-warn case, leading the court to toss out a $28 million jury verdict against the pharmaceutical manufacturer based on the learned intermediary doctrine.
Shook Represents Major Auto Manufacturer
For more than 15 years, Shook has been national counsel for Mitsubishi Motors in product liability matters.
Shook and ACLU Reach Settlement with Kansas To Allow Hep C Treatment for Medicaid Recipients
California Jury Finds Energy Drinks Did Not Cause Plaintiff Injury
Shook Wins $58 Million Verdict for Health Care Group
Jury Awards One-Tenth of Damages Sought by Plaintiff
A jury declined a plaintiff’s request for $25 million in punitive damages in a wrongful death case, awarding only $2.4 million in compensatory damages.