Fosamax and the Risk/Benefit Analysis

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As millions of aspiring witches and wizards line up for the opening of the last installment of the Harry Potter series, we bring you the latest – but likely not the final – chapter in the Fosamax litigation and specifically the twice-tried case of Boles v. Merck. We’ve previously discussed the disheartening events in Boles here but here is a quick recap:

•Book 1-Fosamax and the Prisoners of the Jury Box: The Hung Jury: jury failed to reach a verdict (7-1 in favor of defendant)

•Book 2-Fosamax and the Closing Argument of Fire: Outrageous Misconduct: the second trial, due to plaintiff’s counsel’s outrageous and unprofessional conduct, resulted in an $8 million verdict...

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