Neil J. Rennick v. Teleflex Medical Incorporated

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2023 WI 34 SUPREME COURT OF WISCONSIN CASE NO.: 2020AP1454 COMPLETE TITLE: Neil J. Rennick, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Teleflex Medical Incorporated, Defendant-Respondent-Petitioner, WEA Insurance Corporation, Defendant. REVIEW OF DECISION OF THE COURT OF APPEALS Reported at 402 Wis. 2d 308,974 N.W.2d 982 (2022 – unpublished) OPINION FILED: SUBMITTED ON BRIEFS: ORAL ARGUMENT: April 28, 2023 January 17, 2023 SOURCE OF APPEAL: COURT: COUNTY: JUDGE: Circuit Milwaukee Kevin E. Martens JUSTICES: Per curiam. NOT PARTICIPATING: REBECCA FRANK DALLET, J., did not participate. ATTORNEYS: For the defendant-respondent-petitioner, there were briefs filed by Stacy A. Alexejun, Evan W. Thomsen, W. Patrick Sullivan, Ellison F. Hitt, Jeffrey F. Peck and Quarles & Brady LLP, Madison and Milwaukee, Siesennop & Sullivan, LLP, Milwaukee, and Ulmer & Berne LLP, Cincinnati. There was an oral argument by Jeffrey F. Peck. For the plaintiff-appellant, there was a brief filed by James J. Kriva, Dustin T. Woehl, and Kasdorf, Lewis & Swietlik, SC, Milwaukee. There was an oral argument by James J. Kriva. An amicus curiae brief was filed by Josh Johanningmeier, Bryan J. Cahill, Michael X. Imbroscio, Paul W. Schmidt, Gregory L. Halperin, and Godfrey & Kahn, S.C., Madison, and Covington & Burling LLP, Washington D.C. and New York City, for Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America. An amicus curiae brief was filed by James M. Beck, Paul E. Benson, and Reed Smith LLP, Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee, Philadephia, and for Council, Inc. 2 Product Michael Best & Liability Advisory 2023 WI 34 NOTICE This opinion is subject to further editing and modification. The final version will appear in the bound volume of the official reports. No. 2020AP1454 (L.C. No. 2018CV3317) STATE OF WISCONSIN : IN SUPREME COURT Neil J. Rennick, Plaintiff-Appellant, FILED v. Teleflex Medical Incorporated, APR 28, 2023 Defendant-Respondent-Petitioner, Sheila T. Reiff Clerk of Supreme Court WEA Insurance Corporation, Defendant. REVIEW of a decision of the Court of Appeals. ¶1 PER CURIAM. Affirmed. The court is evenly divided on whether to affirm or reverse the court of appeals' decision in Rennick v. Teleflex Med. Inc., No. 2018CV3317, unpublished slip op. (Wis. Ct. App. Apr. 5, 2022) (per curiam). Accordingly, the decision of the court of appeals affirmed. ¶2 REBECCA FRANK DALLET, J., did not participate. is No. 1 2020AP1454
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