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Eighth Circuit FINALLY Hears Litigation Tourism Issue

April 2017 - Drug & Device Law Blog
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by Sarah Bunce, published in Drug & Device Law Blog

While most of us wait anxiously for the Supreme Court to hear the issue of litigation tourism at the end of this month in Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. v. Superior Court of California, the Eighth Circuit got a sneak peek on April 5 when it heard oral argument in Robinson v. Pfizer Inc.  Although the Eighth Circuit may well defer decision until the Supreme Court decides the issue, the background of this case and its potential impact on the future of litigation tourism in the Eighth Circuit—particularly in the Eastern District of Missouri—is worth noting.

Read the blog guest post here.

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