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Breaking: Defense verdict in Grossberg v. Merck, first California Vioxx case

The jury deliberations took just four and a half hours. "The 12-person jury deliberated for four and a half hours before finding that Merck wasn't negligent. The jury didn't award Mr. Grossberg any damages. The jury voted that Vioxx did have risks that were knowable, but that the risks didn't present a substantial danger to users." Early WSJ coverage. More Point of Law coverage of Vioxx litigation.



Rafael Mangual
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Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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