Corporations, Not People, Clog Our Courts 1 of 10

Drug Manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline sued two generic drug companies after learning that they were seeking approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to manufacture and market a less expensive, generic version of SmithKline’s anti-depressant drug Paxil.  

Despite the fact that after a certain period of time all companies have a legal right to create generic versions of  prescriptions drugs and make them available to consumers who could not afford the brand name, the litigation allowed Smith Kline to delay a generic version of Paxil from entering the market by almost three years.

Consumers do not clog our courts. At all times our aim is settle your case at maximum value. The client makes the ultimate decision on whether to settle or file suit. Sometimes injured victims must seek justice by prosecuting his or her case in court against the safety rule violator and auto insurance company.

Injuries and our health are most important and valuable, so call our office at 702.830.7070 to see how we can protect your injury rights. The above is from Gerry Spence’s Bloodthirsty Bitches and Pious Pimps of Power pages 172-176.

Anthony Paglia
Anthony Paglia

Mr. Paglia graduated from the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV. In law school, he was appointed by the Nevada Supreme Court as a student attorney where he successfully prosecuted his first trial for the City of Las Vegas. Anthony studied international and comparative law in Curaçao, Netherland Antilles. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he worked as a City of Henderson Senior Lifeguard, busboy, administrative assistant for the Las Vegas District Attorney’s office, personal fitness trainer, barback and front desk manager.