Merck pulls Vioxx from drug market and faces class actions suit

On September 30, 2004, the pharmaceutical company, Merck, pulled its arthritis drug, Vioxx from the worldwide market, due to strokes and heart attacks in patients, but the move did not stop over 45,000 former-users and their families from suing Merck. The plaintiffs, however, have struggled to collect damages awarded to them in successful litigations.

Learn more about the plaintiffs in these suits from the New York Times.

22 Nazi leaders convicted of war crimes at Nuremberg

On September 30, 1946, the international military tribunal constituted by the Allied powers in Nuremberg, Germany, found 22 Nazi leaders guilty of war crimes committed during World War II.

22 Nazi leaders convicted of war crimes at Nuremberg

On September 30, 1946, the international military tribunal constituted by the Allied powers in Nuremberg, Germany, found 22 Nazi leaders guilty of war crimes committed during World War II.



Learn more about the Nuremburg Trials in JURIST's Famous Trials series.

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