In Topamax Birth-Defect Case, Phila. Jury Awards $3 Million to Parents

, The Legal Intelligencer


The parents of a child born with a cleft lip and palate linked to the mother's use of the anti-seizure drug Topamax during pregnancy have received a $3 million jury award in a failure-to-warn case in Philadelphia.

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    Rose Pinto has done a consistently outstanding job in representing seriously injured individuals in these pharmaceutical cases and with the highest ethical standards. She is to be congratulated for this latest victory.

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