Cozen O’Connor: If You Can’t Show Fraudulent Joinder, You May Still Be Able to Sever Non-Diverse Defendants Using FRCP 21 [Drug and Device Law]

If You Can’t Show Fraudulent Joinder, You May Still Be Able to Sever Non-Diverse Defendants Using FRCP 21 [Drug and Device Law]

John Sullivan, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Commercial Litigation Department, discusses Mayfield v. London Women's Care, PLLC, in which a patient, who had revision surgery and other complications, sued the out-of-state manufacturers and named her local doctor and his clinic as malpractice defendants.

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