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Bruesewitz v. Wyeth, 562 U.S. 223 (2011), is a United States Supreme Court case that decided whether a section of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 preempts all vaccine design defect claims against vaccine manufacturers .

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Feb 22, 2011 ... Wyeth). After that court denied their claim, they elected to reject the unfavorable judgment and filed .... RUSSELL BRUESEWITZ, ET AL., PETITIONERS v. WYETH LLC, FKA ..... 42 See, e.g., Johnson v. American Cyanamid Co.

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G. Gregg Webb Lindsay E. Agee F. Lane Heard, III Steptoe & Johnson Williams & Connolly Wheeling, West Virginia Washington, DC Counsel for Defendant,

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Feb 22, 2011 ... Case opinion for US Supreme Court BRUESEWITZ ET AL. v. WYETH LLC ... Wyeth removed the suit to the Federal District Court. It granted ...

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128 Records ... Waiting For Listing Mass Tort, 1002-03225, Johnson Vs Wyeth Etal. Waiting For Listing Mass Tort, 1002-03277, Moserly Vs Wyeth Etal. Waiting For ...

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Aug 15, 2014 ... According to the Alabama Supreme Court, “Under Alabama law, a brand-name drug company may be held liable for fraud or misrepresentation ...

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Jul 18, 2014 ... Wyeth, Inc., 850 N.W.2d 353 (Iowa 2014), but Huck isn't even the last case on our scorecard any longer – that honor currently belongs to Johnson v. ... Alabama. Innovator liability has been statutorily abolished in Alabama:.

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Mar 20, 2013 ... Wyeth LLC, et al., No. 1222–CC–00910 [ECF No. ... 4:12CV1912 ERW, Dube et al. v. Wyeth et al. [ECF No. ..... Johnson, Karen v. Wyeth, et al.

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Jul 11, 2014 ... Because all of Johnson's claims are .... conflict,' state law must give way.”); Morris v. PLIVA, Inc., 713 F.3d 774, 776-. 77 (5th Cir.