Multidistrict litigation over meningitis outbreak sent to Massachusetts

, The National Law Journal

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A judicial panel on multidistrict litigation involving a company linked to a fungal meningitis outbreak is sending the cases to the District of Massachusetts.

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  • tom

    The defendents need to be stripped of their assets, and thrown in jail. Their avarice direrctly resulted in the deaths of numerous people, and the shattering of many lives beyond that. Hopefully the move to Mass will streamline the process.

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