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"The Role of Preemption in Mass Tort Cases," New Jersey Mass Torts and Class Action Treatise Spring 2015

Anita Hotchkiss, Laura Ashley Martin, and H. Lockwood “Chip” Miller III, partners in Goldberg Segalla’s Product Liability and Life Sciences Practice Groups, co-authored Chapter 15 in the 2015 New Jersey Mass Torts and Class Action Treatise.

This comprehensive and peer-reviewed treatise, published by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, provides an in-depth examination of the substantive and procedural issues in multicounty litigation cases in which a large number of plaintiffs claim personal injuries linked to a single product.

In their chapter, titled “The Role of Preemption in Mass Tort Cases,” Anita, Laura, and Chip explore a wide range of legal and regulatory issues impacting the defense of claims involving prescription drugs, medical devices, and chemicals.

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