If Obama Wins, ‘Preemption Will Be History’
Over at Pharmalot, tort "reform" supporter Victor Schwartz is quoted saying that if Obama wins, it's over for preemption:
"If the Supreme Court gives Wyeth a big win, the trial lawyers have a big war chest and they can go to Congress and get rid of this preemption language,” Victor Schwartz, a Shook Hardy & Bacon partner and longtime tort reform strategist, tells the paper. “If Obama comes in, it will be history.”
1) Is that true?
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Posted at 1:33 PM, Nov 03, 2008 in Federal Preemption | Pharmaceuticals | Preemption | Presidential Election | Pro-Civil Justice Reforms | Product Liability | Supreme Court Rulings
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