Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. v. Painters Fund

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(U.S., filed March 27, 2020): Urging the Court to review whether the chain of causation between a manufacturer’s allegedly false statements and end payments for prescription drugs is too attenuated to satisfy RICO’s proximate cause requirement.  Also, to address whether everyone who pays for a product with an alleged latent risk or defect suffer injury sufficient to confer Article III standing.

Court denied cert

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