Product liability FDA defense language to be introduced as amendment to HR 1075 during floor debate.
PRODUCT LIABILITY FDA DEFENSE LANGUAGE TO BE INTRODUCED ON FLOOR by Rep. Coburn (R-Okla.) as an amendment to HR 1075 during debate on the measure by the full House. HR 1075, introduced by House Judiciary Chairman Hyde (R-Ill.) on Feb. 28, is expected to go to the House floor the week of March 6. In its present form, the bill does not include language to exempt manufacturers from punitive damages if the product has been cleared or approved by FDA.
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