As mctlaw turned up the heat on Biomet requesting documents related to their M2a metal on metal hips, Biomet fought back by adopting a “scorched earth” strategy of multiple objections to every single request for documents by our clients.
In November 2015, a state court in Florida ruled for our clients and forced Biomet to produce documents relating not only to the M2a Magnum metal-on-metal hip implant but the M2a “38” metal-on-metal hip implant, as well. The M2a 38 was a “predicate” device for the Magnum. This means that Biomet told the FDA the Magnum and 38 are “substantially equivalent” devices.
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