Brody to speak on Defense Perspectives on Attorney General Pharmaceutical Claims2月 24, 2009
O’Melveny partner Steve Brody will speak at an HB Litigation (formerly Mealey's) Teleconference on Defense Perspectives on Attorney General Pharmaceutical Claims on February 24 from 2:00 - 3:40 pm EST. Barry Boise of Pepper Hamilton LLP in Philadelphia will also participate as a speaker in the program, which Brody developed.
The conference will include discussions of the following topics:
- Private attorney-led Attorney General lawsuits as an alternative for plaintiffs lawyers: the Tobacco Model
- Problems with the Tobacco Model's portability in state AG lawsuits targeting second-generation antipsychotics
- Specific challenges to the viability of State AG actions targeting atypical antipsychotics
- FDA approval and regulation
- Use of Atypical Antipsychotics in Psychiatric Practice and Continued Use and Reimbursement by State/Medicaid Plaintiffs
- Causation: complex psychotic disorders, case-by- case physician decision-making and related discovery issues
- Damages: the debate over models for aggregation
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