The People of the State of Michigan v. Eli Lilly & Co.


(MI., filed May 1, 2024): Arguing that the Michigan Supreme Court correctly decided previous cases based on the plain language of Michigan’s consumer protection statute.  The Court held that the MCPA bars lawsuits against companies doing business in Michigan when they are already specifically regulated under other laws and regulations. The principles of stare decisis require retention of the stable, workable precedent of the Court and the precedent strikes the right balance between protecting consumers without overburdening Michigan’s extensively regulated business and service providers.

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