Ariz. Federal Judge Allows Plaintiff Expert's Method To Set Defendants' Net Worth

Ariz. Federal Judge Allows Plaintiff Expert's Method To Set Defendants' Net Worth

PHOENIX - A plaintiff who claims that she developed cancer from long-term use of Premarin and Provera can have an expert present his own testimony about the defendants' net worth, but the expert can't suggest an amount to the jury, an Arizona federal judge ruled April 5 (Catherine Johnson v. Wyeth LLC, et al.,  No. 10-2690, D. Ariz.; 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 48149).

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