The doctor convicted in Las Vegas’ hepatitis C outbreak will learn his punishment today.
A Nevada jury is ordering pharmaceutical companies to pay $162.5 million in punitive damages in a lawsuit stemming from a Las Vegas hepatitis C outbreak in 2008.
A jury has found three drug companies liable for the hepatitis C infections of three former patients at clinics linked to the valley’s 2007 outbreak.
A lawyer for a husband and wife suing two drug companies over a hepatitis C outbreak says company officials purposely sold large containers of an anesthetic for re-use.
Two nurse anesthetists charged in the valley’s hepatitis C outbreak have been ordered to stand trial.