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Success | Pharmaceutical and Medical Device

Federal Court Excludes All Plaintiffs' Experts In Second Mirena MDL

Success | Pharmaceutical and Medical Device

Federal Court Holds Medical Device Claims Preempted By FDCA

The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri has ruled a plaintiff's product liability claims against a hearing-loss device manufacturer are preempted by the Medical Device Amendments to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. 

Success | Pharmaceutical and Medical Device

Shook Wins Full Defense Verdict for Medical Device Maker

In a case where the plaintiff sought up to $40 million in damages, a Florida jury found for Shook's client on all counts after a four-week trial. After the win, the Shook team was nominated for "Litigators of the Week" by Litigation Daily.

Success | Pharmaceutical and Medical Device

U.S. Supreme Court Denies Cert to Mirena MDL Plaintiffs

The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a petition for writ of certiorari filed by plaintiffs in the Mirena® multidistrict litigation, effectively ending litigation in federal courts that involved more than 1,300 plaintiffs and lasted more than five years.

Success | Pharmaceutical and Medical Device

Shook Team Obtains Third Win This Year for Pharmacia

A Shook team has obtained their third win in a year for Pharmacia & Upjohn Co. LLC (Pharmacia), the maker of the corticosteroid drug Depo-Medrol® (methylprednisone acetate).

Success | Pharmaceutical and Medical Device

Shook Obtains Back-to-Back Wins for Medtronic In Product Liability Cases

Shook teams have obtained back-to-back wins for Medtronic, manufacturer of surgical and medical devices, persuading federal courts in Michigan and Texas to dismiss product liability claims against the company.