Paxil Birth-Defect Mass Tort Set to Close in Philadelphia

, The Legal Intelligencer


The Paxil birth-defect litigation in Philadelphia, which once included about 1,000 cases, now has only two left in the city's court system.

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  • Peggy

    This article was written over a year ageo; I‘m still waiting. How about writing a follow-up. There are 8 cases that keep getting trial dates moved back. Why do judges continue to let GSK Drag this out. I have signed medical release forms over & over. They are running up cost purposely.

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