Topic: Product Liability

Long Tales About Long Tails – Connecticut’s Appellate Court Makes New Law

In a sprawling 163 page opinion issued just last week, the Connecticut Appellate Court addressed, as a matter of first impression, five different issues that will significantly affect the disposition of asbestos, and potentially other, long tail claims in Connecticut.

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Insurance & Reinsurance Review – March 2011

Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge’s Insurance and Reinsurance Department recently published its latest Newsletter, Insurance & Reinsurance Review – March 2011, which contains nine articles about various topics in the insurance and reinsurance industry. 

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Insurance & Reinsurance Review – September 2010

Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge’s Insurance and Reinsurance Department recently published its latest Newsletter, Insurance & Reinsurance Review – September 20110 which contains nine articles about various topics in the insurance and reinsurance industry. 

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U.S. Lawsuits Based Upon Foreign Toxic Tort Liability: A Growing Threat?

In July 2009 in New Castle County in the State of Delaware, three separate plaintiffs filed civil suits against E. I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company, Inc. (“DuPont”) alleging that their work at a DuPont textile plant in Mercedes, Argentina from 1961 to 2002 caused them to be exposed to and inhale asbestos fibers. 

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$520 Million Settlement Expected in AstraZeneca Off-Label Marketing Case

The Unites States Department of Justice is expected to announce shortly a settlement with AstraZeneca plc over allegations that the drug manufacturer improperly promoted off-label uses of its antipsychotic drug, Seroquel.  Federal and state authorities have been investigating allegations that AstraZeneca promoted the use of Seroquel for purposes not approved by the Food and Drug Administration. 

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