Judge: branded companies may be liable for generic versions

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Philadelphia Common Pleas judge Mark Bernstein has ruled that branded drug companies may be liable for money spent on the generic version of their drugs when it is marketed for off-label uses. He ordered that claims against Warner-Lambert and Pfizer involving a generic version of Neurontin that was produced by a third-party manufacturer and marketed for off-label uses could continue to trial.
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