When is a warning enough of a warning? 

The Southern District of New York recently ruled that a warning on a prescription medication was sufficient as a matter of law when it adequately conveyed the risks of the drug, even if it did not include specific statistics from a clinical trial that the plaintiff said should have been in the warning.  In doing so, the court rejected the endless second-guessing that can occur in strict liability failure to warn claims.  [3/2/15]

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