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My Articles About Fosamax
Judge Pisano’s Rulings About Merck’s Pre-September 2010 Fosamax Label And Its Subsequent Revised Fosamax Label Are Being Challenged By The Plaintiffs
SUMMARY: While most of these drug injury lawsuits filed against Merck are pending in the New Jersey state court system — as of September 30, 2014, approximately 2,920 cases, according to Merck — we are going to focus on what is going on currently in the federal court Fosamax MDL for femur fracture cases.
One other thing to report is the possibility of a Fosamax – femur fracture trial in the first part of 2015 out in Orange County, California. The presiding judge for this California consolidation — as of September 30, 2014, approximately 520 cases, according to Merck — is Judge Thierry Colaw.
We will continue to monitor the Fosamax – femur fracture cases in the federal court MDL as well as New Jersey and California litigations for significant developments, which will be reported here.
Earlier Fosamax articles by Tom Lamb on the Drug Injury Watch blog:
Drug Injury Watch: September 2011: Two FDA Advisory Committees Will Discuss The Safety Of Long-Term Use Of Fosamax, Boniva, And Actonel
Drug Injury Watch: Next Fosamax Jaw Injury Lawsuit Trial, Secrest v. Merck, Scheduled To Start In Early September 2011
Drug Injury Watch: Fosamax MDL Litigation Update - May 2010: Maley Case Trial Verdict Goes In Favor Of Merck
Drug Injury Watch: More About A "New" Fosamax Bone Side Effect, Leg Fractures In Region Of Thigh Or Femur