C.R. Bard Denied Summary Judgment in Montana Federal IVC Filter Action



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  • Order


BILLINGS, Mont. — A Montana federal judge has denied C.R. Bard’s motion for summary judgment in a lawsuit targeting its G2 IVC filter, ruling that the plaintiff presented reliable expert testimony supporting her claims that her injuries were caused by a specific defect in the device.

In a Jan. 11 order, Judge Susan P. Watters of the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana further found the plaintiff adequately pled her claims for failure to warn, design and manufacturing defect, and fraud.

Maria Dalbotten sued Bard, alleging its G2 IVC filter, which had been implanted to reduce the risk …

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  • Crowley Fleck
  • Lewis Slovak Kovacich & Marr
  • Lopez McHugh
  • Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough





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