Beginning Tuesday, May 28, the eyes of the nation will be on the Cleveland County Courthouse in downtown Norman. The State of Oklahoma’s lawsuit is the first in the nation to go to trial of more than 2,000 actions by state and local governments against opioid manufacturers.
OU Law alumni represent leading roles on all sides of this groundbreaking case, including plaintiff’s counsel, defense counsel, the judge, and the special master.
Read more about the trial here, which could end up being the longest trial in Oklahoma history.
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