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learned intermediary doctrine

noun

Legal Definition of learned intermediary doctrine

  1. :  a doctrine of products liability law: the manufacturer of a prescription drug fulfills its duty to warn of potentially harmful effects of the drug by informing the prescribing physician and is not also obligated to warn the user


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