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Generic Firms Get Supreme Shield From Product Liability, But Court Hints At Reg Change

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In Pliva v. Mensing, the high court said it was impossible for generic manufacturers to comply with both state tort laws and FDA regulations requiring them to have the same labels as those for brand name counterparts.

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