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Parallel Claims and the Preemption Pendulum

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The Preemption Pendulum: The Supreme Court Punts Stengel v. Medtronic Drug and Medical Device Manufacturers Beware; State-law Parallel Claims Threaten

As failure-to-warn claims, the decades-old staple of medical products liability, are

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