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October 04, 2004


Chasing pots of Vioxx gold

No surprise here, especially since hundreds and even thousands of suits were already in progress alleging injury from Merck's just-withdrawn arthritis drug: "plaintiff attorneys are gearing up for a repeat of the Baycol, Rezulin and fen-phen torts. After Thursday's recall, firms around the country rushed to send mass e-mails and issue press releases to recruit Vioxx litigants." (Law.com).

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