Nearly five dozen women suing Bayer over claims that its permanent birth control device Essure perforated their uteruses and is linked to other injuries asked a California federal judge to send their case back to state court, arguing that only state law applies, according to Law360. The case was originally filed in Contra Costa County Superior Court in February, but was removed to federal court a month later. The complaint alleges Bayer violated California negligence, strict products liability, warranty and fraud statues. Bayer argued the case belonged in federal court because it implicates the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act ... Read More
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