The lawsuit filed by partner Adam Levitt against medical device manufacturer St. Jude Medical Inc. related to defective cardiac defibrillators is spotlighted in the article “Lawsuit seeks damages for faulty batteries in St. Jude defibrillators,” published in the Minneapolis Star Tribune on September 19, 2017. Quoting from plaintiff’s complaint, the article notes that “if defendants had not omitted … or misrepresented the defects in the recalled devices, physicians would not have used the recalled devices . . . [and] plaintiff and the other nationwide class members would not have incurred costs for the recalled devices and the medical costs of device removal and replacement surgery and other related medical costs.”
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