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Sindell v. Abbott Laboratories, 26 Cal. 3d 588 (1980), was a landmark products liability ... All defendants named in the suit are potential tortfeasors (that is, they did produce the harmful product at issue at some point in time); The product ...

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Sindell's mother was issued the drug DES during pregnancy in an attempt to limit the risk of miscarriage. However, it resulted in Sindell developing cancer.

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Sindell v. Abbott Laboratories: A Market Share. Approach to DES Causation. Richard P. .... share of the market are joined as defendants in all such cases, each defendant's total ...... Co., etal., U.S. District Court (W.D. Wash.), No. 76- 1312 ...

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Jun 8, 2017 ... Sindell v. Abbott Laboratories was a 1980 California case that established the doctrine of market share liability for personal injury cases.

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Sindell v. Abbott Laboratories. Supreme Court of CA - 1980. Facts: P alleged that her mother ingested DES which was marketed by Ds, 5 drug companies.

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Case opinion for US 7th Circuit ABBOTT LABORATORIES v. TAKEDA ... TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY LIMITED, et al., Defendants-Appellees.