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Preemption Redemption: FDA Legal Briefs Stand In For Product Liability Law

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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FDA's new-found willingness to invoke the federal preemption doctrine in state tort suits may provide device firms with some solace in the absence of product liability reform legislation, but prospects remain unclear for non-original-PMA devices

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