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The Winding Path and Pitfalls of Federal Pre-emption

This article, authored by Andrew List, appeared in the Spring 2009 edition of the Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly. A young neighbor seeks your counsel after her husband dies following a heart attack. She tells you that her husband had a Beat-Without-Fail pacemaker, and...

From Vioxx to Gadolinium, Along the Preemption Path

This article, authored by Andrew List, appeared in the Spring 2008 edition of the Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly. “I would argue that the FDA, as currently configured, is incapable of protecting America against another Vioxx. We are virtually defenseless.” – Dr....

The Vioxx Disaster

This Article, authored by Andrew List, originally appeared in the Spring 2005 edition of the Columbus Bar Association’s Bar Briefs. “… unparalleled in the history of the United States.” Dr. David Graham On September 30, 2004, the pharmaceutical giant Merck...

Paxil, Suicide and Children

This article, authored by Andrew List, appeared in the Fall 2006 edition of the Columbus Bar Association’s Bar Briefs. “There is nothing worse that you can do to a [child] in America today than give them a mental illness kind of label and tell them they need...

Amended Appellate Rules to Allow En Banc Rehearings

This article, authored by Glen Pritchard, orginally appeared in the Columbus Bar Association Lawyers Quarterly in January 2010 I. Introduction The twelve district courts of appeals in Ohio are comprised of as many as twelve judges. It is not uncommon for different...