Cozen O’Connor: The District of New Jersey Holds That You Can’t “Discover” Your Way to a Parallel Violation Claim [Drug and Device Law]

The District of New Jersey Holds That You Can’t “Discover” Your Way to a Parallel Violation Claim [Drug and Device Law]

John Sullivan, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Commercial Litigation Department, discusses Becker v. Smith & Nephew, a hip implant case pending in federal court in New Jersey. John discusses the court giving the plaintiffs a second chance after Smith & Nephew won its motion to dismiss plaintiffs’ first complaint because it contained almost no facts and plaintiffs’ counsel opposed the motion with nothing more than a tardy letter attaching medical records, correspondence and no legal authority. 

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