HarrisMartin’s MDL Conference: Pharmaceutical Update

12/02/2021
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New Orleans

There is still time to register for the next HarrisMartin conference to be held in New Orleans on December 2.

Sanders Firm associate Timothy Clark will be presenting an important lecture on “Onglyza Heart Failure.”  Side effects of Kombiglyze XR, another saxagliptin-based drug, will also be up for discussion. Learn more about the alleged side effects and other serious allegations associated with this popular diabetes drug.

Earn CLE credit and meet some the nation’s leading litigators. Get the latest updates on all current MDLs including Benicar, Actos, Bard IVC, Pinnacle Hip Implant, and more.

To register, go to: https://harrismartin.com/conference/register/892/.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference!

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