Ohio Federal Filshie Clip Action Dismissed As Impliedly, Expressly Preempted

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CLEVELAND — An Ohio federal judge has dismissed a fallopian tube clip action, ruling the claims are impliedly and expressly preempted because they constitute impermissible “fraud-on-the” FDA claims and seek to impose warnings and designs that are beyond those approved by the FDA.

In an Aug. 4 order, Judge James R. Knepp II of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio further found a lack of personal jurisdiction over three of the four defendants because they did not specifically target Ohio in their marketing and distribution of the devices.

Filshie clips are silicone-lined titanium medical devices that …


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