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Articles from Trial (March 1, 2005)

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A cure worse than the disease: recent FDA actions and newly disclosed research on the link between antidepressants and suicide - especially among young people - are strengthening plaintiffs' claims against drug makers. Menzies, Karen Barth 4844
A new leader for challenging times. Smith, Todd A. President's Page 763
A prescription for better drug trials: what ails drug research today? This health law expert cites a lack of openness, the pharmaceutical industry's quest for profits, and disregard for important scientific questions. He offers some proposals for a cure. Jurand, Sara Hoffman Interview 2509
ABA proposes changes to jury system; plaintiff lawyers voice concerns. Jablow, Valerie 694
ATLA offers updates on Vioxx. 254
Deciphering the adverse event reporting system: the FDA's database of side effects reported in association with drugs contains a wealth of information for plaintiff attorneys. But finding and using what you need takes considerable skill and expertise. Altman, Keith 5575
Girl's case highlights rare but severe reaction to Children's Motrin. Jablow, Valerie 510
Hearsay. 302
Help the jury understand pain and suffering: an award of economic damages is not enough to make your client whole. Jurors must provide compensation for human losses as well. Becton, Charles L. 2376
In Pursuit of Right and Justice: Edward Weinfeld as Lawyer and Judge. Chakwin, Stephen Book Review 882
In secondhand-smoke case, flight attendants win causation dispute. Burtka, Allison Torres 852
Jurors can't be rejected for religious appearance, New Jersey court rules. Porter, Rebecca 722
Jurors' discussion of personal expertise not prejudicial, court holds. Sileo, Carmel 948
Michigan court rejects open-and-obvious defense for 'natural' oil. Sileo, Carmel 714
Montana constitution guarantees health benefits for same-sex partners. Burtka, Allison Torres 820
New York judge orders drug-addicted moms to have no more children. Hellwege, Jean 678
Pharmacology for lawyers: to take on a pharmaceutical claim, you don't have to be a scientist - but you do have to know science. A grounding in the basics of pharmacology will give your case a shot in the arm. Hauer, Stacy K. 2751
Qualified immunity ruling raises hurdles for plaintiffs. Chemerinsky, Erwin 1598
Selling Women Short: The Landmark Battle for Workers' Rights at Wal-Mart. Ahern, Ann-Marie Book Review 761
Senate Judiciary Committee reexamines asbestos fund. 406
State high courts tackle punitives. 577
Straight talk about no-fault insurance. 211
The risky business of off-label use: off-label use of drugs and devices is an accepted part of modern medical practice. When harm results, lawyers must navigate the maze of regulatory and case law to hold drug companies accountable. Fleishman, Wendy 2810
Tort 'reform' included in states' comprehensive legislation. 476
Watch your e-mail for news on health, safety, and access to justice. 114
Zylon body armor fails to protect and serve police, lawsuits claim. Jurand, Sara Hoffman 1940

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