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Appellate Hearing In Similac Claim Case Set For Nov. 9

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Arguments on appeal will be heard Nov. 9 in the Seventh Circuit federal court case Mead Johnson v. Abbott Labs. The case concerns the "1st Choice of Doctors" claim for Abbott's Similac infant formula.

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