GlaxoSmithKline have been found guilty by a jury today in Chicago.
The jury found for plaintiff, Wendy Dolin, who filed suit against GlaxoSmithKline after her husband, Stewart, took his life 6 days after being started on a generic version of Glaxo’s controversial antidepressant Paxil (known as Seroxat in Europe)
Updates coming later. In the meantime, here’s some of the reasons why the jury returned a guilty verdict. Click on images to enlarge. Images courtesy of Baum Hedlund.
Dolin Vs GSK
Dolin v GSK – Opening Arguments
Dolin Vs GSK – Day Two – “Jack-In-The-Box”
Dolin vs GSK – Healy ‘Rocks Da House’
Dolin Vs GSK – JP Garnier Video Deposition
Dolin Vs GSK – The Dunbar Tape
Dolin Vs GSK – Day 4 – Slam Dunk
Dolin Vs GSK – 8.9 Suicide Increase For Adult Paxil Users
Dolin Vs GSK – Day 6 – Ass Kicking Semantics
Dolin Vs GSK – Day 7 – Abraham Lincoln
Dolin Vs GSK – Day 8 – Get to the Point, Todd!
Dolin Vs GSK – Glenmullen Nails It!
Dolin Vs GSK – “Babes”
Dolin Vs GSK – Wendy’s Cross and GSK’s Petition
Dolin Vs GSK – Robert “Bling Bling” Gibbons