Peter v. Medtronic Inc.Posted March 5, 2016
Peter et. al. v. Medtronic, Inc. et. al. was certified as a class action by Order dated December 6, 2007 against Medtronic, Inc. and Medtronic of Canada Ltd. (jointly “Medtronic”) with respect to certain defibrillators. The action is brought on behalf of all persons implanted in Canada with one of the defibrillators listed below containing the Chi 4420L battery bearing part number 411310-006 produced prior to December 31, 2003 (the “Implant Class”):
Marquis VR 7230
Marquis DR 7274
Maximo VR 7232
Maximo DR 7278
InSync Marquis 7277
InSync III Marquis 7279
(collectively, the “Defibrillators”)
A class consisting of family members of the Implant Class was also certified (the “Family Class Members”).
The defendants were denied leave to appeal the certification decision on May 15, 2008. Notice of Certification was sent out in 2008. The deadline to opt-out of this class action has passed.
Copies of relevant documents, including the reasons for certification, and the Notice of Certification, details as to the history of the case, and updates as to the status of this class action can be viewed at the Medtronic Class Action website and/or on the website of one the co-lead class counsel.
This website provides only general information about this class action. While it is not always current, it is updated from time to time as information becomes available.
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