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April 30th, 2015

Alabama Lawmakers Slap Down State’s High Court on ‘Innovator Liability’

Among many others, the Wall Street Journal today heralded Alabama lawmakers’ slap-down earlier this week of recent state supreme court decisions that embraced the both ridiculous and dangerous legal theory peddled by the plaintiffs’ bar as “innovator liability” . . . → Read More: Alabama Lawmakers Slap Down State’s High Court on ‘Innovator Liability’

August 18th, 2014

ATRA Disappointed Again by Alabama High Court’s Unprecedented ‘Innovator Liability’ Decision

As the Supreme Court of Alabama on Friday reaffirmed its earlier, first-and-only-in-the-nation state high court embrace of an expansive theory of civil liability known as “innovator liability,” the American Tort Reform Association (ATRA) condemned the 6-3 decision, saying “the court majority denies the broader and dangerous implications of this decision, but it’s as disappointing as the first” . . . → Read More: ATRA Disappointed Again by Alabama High Court’s Unprecedented ‘Innovator Liability’ Decision

March 14th, 2013

Wall Street Journal Adds to Criticism of Alabama High Court’s ‘Innovator Liability’ Decision

Urging justices of Alabama’s Supreme Court to reconsider their January decision that absurdly held a brand-name drug maker liable for the allegedly negative side effects of a generic drug made by a competitor, the Wall Street Journal today adds to the criticism of Wyeth v. Weeks . . . → Read More: Wall Street Journal Adds to Criticism of Alabama High Court’s ‘Innovator Liability’ Decision

February 7th, 2013

New Criticism of Horrible Alabama Supreme Court Decision

A new analysis of that horrible drugmaker liability decision by the Alabama Supreme Court last month shows that the decision is not only out of step with virtually all of American tort law, but also is predicated on unsound public policy . . . → Read More: New Criticism of Horrible Alabama Supreme Court Decision