It’s been awhile since we’ve posted about PMA preemption in an Infusion case - but that litigation continues to make good law. This time in Minnesota
In Lawrence v. Medtronic Inc., No. 27-cv-13-1197, slip op. (Minn. D. Ct. 4th July 7, 2013), a Minnesota state trial court ruled that the plaintiff's
A federal court in Minnesota has dismissed without prejudice state law-based consumer-fraud claims filed against a company that makes Greek yogurt not by straining it, a process essential to the traditional production of this thickened dairy product, but by adding milk protein concentrate (MPC).
In a decision that was filed under seal in late August but released publicly just last week, the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota dismissed with prejudice the complaint filed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the State of Minnesota challenging the already-consummated acquisition by Lundbeck, Inc. (formerly Ovation Pharmaceuticals, Inc.) of the pharmaceutical product NeoProfen from Abbott Laboratories.
The 45 civil cases pending before the Supreme Court cover a wide range of topics.