Amicus Brief on Defense Side Questions Legitimacy of 'Public Nuisance' Theory in Products Liability Cases. Plus: Panel Weighs Appeal of Roundup Verdict
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the American Tort Reform Association called the public nuisance case that led to last year’s $465 million opioid judgment against Johnson & Johnson a “new species of super tort” that could wipe out swaths of established law.
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