Defective Medical Devices
What should a company do if it’s under contract to lease a very expensive device and then receives an official warning not to use the device for its purposes? The complaint for this class action claims that Cynosure, Inc. has touted its MonaLisa Touch device as a “vaginal rejuvenator” but that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning not to use the device for that purpose.
Endologix, Inc. makes medical devices to treat aortic aneurysms, which can become fatal if not treated properly. When the class period began for this action began, Endologix’s Nellix device had been in use in Europe for three years, and the company claimed the results there were good. But the complaint claims that Nellix had a serious problem: It migrated within the body. The complaint claims that the failure of the company to disclose this, and its optimistic statements about when it expected FDA approval, were violations of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
Gastric balloons are a relatively new weight loss solution that cost less than lap bands or gastric by passes and do not require surgery.
This settlement resolves claims from hip implant patients who had to undergo revision surgery due to complications from the Stryker Rejuvenate and/or ABG II hip implants.
These lawsuits allege that vaginal mesh produced by Ethicon are defective and can cause serious bodily injury.
These lawsuits allege that DePuy metal-on-metal Pinnacle Acetabular Cup System is defective and can require a second hip replacement.
These lawsuits allege that Tyco IVS vaginal mesh and sling are defective and can cause serious bodily injury.
These lawsuits allege that certain transvaginal mesh products are defective and can cause serious injuries including back pain, bleeding and tissue perforation.
These lawsuit allege that the Depuy Pinnacle Hip Replacement system is defective and can cause serious bodily injury.
These lawsuits allege that certain hip implants manufactured by Depuy are defective and can cause severe injury to the patients.