Blake v. Cell Tech International, Inc.

Respondents' Brief


Blake v. Cell Tech International, Inc., was a wrongful death case claiming that the decedent was killed by consuming tainted nutritional supplements manufactured by the defendants. This appeal brief argued that the claims should be dismissed because there was no reliable scientific evidence supporting the claims. In a published opinion, the Oregon Court of Appeals agreed and held that the claims must be dismissed. Blake v. Cell Tech Intern., Inc., 228 Or. App. 388, 208 P.3d 992 (2009).

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Reference Info:Appellate Brief | State, 9th Circuit, Oregon | United States

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