How was Purdue able to slip through the 2006 criminal indictment noose and continue to market, sell and prescribe Oxycontin for another 10 years? Guiliani and GW Bush DoJ lawyers agreed to have Purdue Pharma parent “Purdue Fredrick Company” take the guilty plea, thereby permitting Purdue Pharma to continue selling Oxycontin and furthering the current opioid crisis. See the Purdue Frederick Co. (not Purdue Pharma) Criminal Guilty Plea Outline May 9, 2007 (USDC Virginia) By Mark A. York (August 21
John Ray and Mass Tort Nexus stay out front on emerging legal issues, like opioids. By the time most of us start looking, John has more in depth and relevant research than any group I know. John’s knowledge and experience is invaluable when it comes to understanding the complex relationship between Pharma, regulators, distributors, key opinion leaders, front-groups, doctors and consumers.
I've been involved with mass torts since I left the federal government in 1983. When I first met Barbara Capasso and John Ray at Mass Tort Nexus, I was amazed at how knowledgeable they both are with the real nuts and bolts of mass torts. After taking their course, I felt like I just completed a bar review course. In addition, they are way out in front, investigating pharmaceuticals and medical devices adverse events and published study’s and data well before it ever hits our radar screen. Their understanding of real-world tactics of Big Pharma, in the way they analyze situations, is truly amazing. This is why we have a number of attorneys from our mass torts department attend just about every seminar held by Mass Tort Nexus.
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You have to attend Mass Tort Nexus. It will save you years and years of hard fought mistakes and put you miles ahead. John and Barbara have codified this into a system. They teach you how to handle Mass Tort from beginning to end.
In 22 years of practice, this has been the most intensive, focused four days I have ever experienced. I highly recommend this course to anybody that wants to learn about Mass Torts. I learned a tremendous amount that I can put into my practice, immediately.
I have found Mass Tort Nexus to be the most practical, informative seminar I have ever attended. It has demystified the process for me quite a bit. Now that I feel I understand much more, I’m looking forward to having my firm get involved in a much bigger way.
I’ve been wrestling with Mass Torts for over 10 years. The Mass tort Nexus Course is a boot camp. What you learn here you can’t learn anywhere else. It is the code for unlocking Mass Torts for those of us on the outside looking in. I learned the industry insider tricks and I leave here optimistic that this course will benefit our firm tremendously.
The information and research that Mass Tort Nexus provided to our firm gave us the confidence in the Taxotere case and we began filing lawsuits across the country. That case, that was originally one case has turned into 1000’s of cases now in an MDL in the eastern district of Louisiana. None of this would have been possible without the help of Mass Tort Nexus.