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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Hormone Therapy Decision for Plaintiffs

The Supreme Court rejected Pfizer’s appeal in the Scroggins case, where a jury rendered a compensatory damages verdict of $2.75 million. Pfizer wanted the Supreme Court to order a new trial on the entire case—compensatory and punitive damages, as well as causation. The trial jury decided on $27 million for punitive damages, and Pfizer will get a new trial on that.
Wyeth has lost seven out of eleven cases (at the trial level) since 2006.
For more on the hormone therapy backstory, see our prior Drug Recall Lawyer Blog posts.

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