Takeda Held Responsible in First Federal Actos Bellwether Trial

After 34 days of trial, a Lafayette, Louisiana jury returned its verdict against Takeda and Lilly and ordered the PHARMA giants to pay $1.475 million in compensatory damages and $8 billion in punitive damages for injuries including bladder cancer to Terrance Allen, a hardware store manager, who took Actos for his diabetes treatment from 2004 [...]

Another Plaintiffs Actos verdict, Another Verdict Thrown Out by Trial Judge

On September 26, 2013, a jury in Baltimore, Maryland, found that Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. did not properly warn Diep An, an ex-U.S. Army translator, and his doctor about the risks of its Actos diabetes drug and ordered the company to pay more than $1.7 million in damages.  Jurors also found that An, a thirty year [...]

September 26th, 2013|Actos Diabetes Drug, Drug and Medical Device Litigation|0 Comments

Second Actos Trial Begins

Lawyers for the family of Diep An told a Baltimore jury that drug giant Takeda’s failure to tell the whole truth about Actos role in the increased risk of cancer was the cause of death, as opening statements got under way. This case will provide further insight into how a jury views Takeda’s role in [...]

September 4th, 2013|Actos Diabetes Drug, Drug and Medical Device Litigation|0 Comments