California Jury Returns $40 Million Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson   

 Posted on October 1, 2019

A California woman suffering from mesothelioma has prevailed in the latest talc trial against Johnson & Johnson, following six days of jury deliberation that ended Friday when the jury awarded her $40 million in damages.   [Read more…]



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J&J Hit With $300M Punitive Damages Verdict In NY Talc Trial

 Posted on June 3, 2019 (Law360)  

Johnson & Johnson was hit with $300 million in punitive damages on Friday after a New York state jury found the company responsible for a woman's mesothelioma she developed after decades of using J&J talc bath products.  [Read more…]

J&J Wouldn't Risk 'Golden Egg' With Talc Warning, Jury Told

Posted on September 6, 2019.  (Law360) 

 A New Jersey jury began deliberations Thursday in a case brought by four mesothelioma patients who blame asbestos in Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder for their disease, which their attorney said was caused because the pharmaceutical giant didn’t want consumer warnings to put its “golden egg” product at risk.   [Read more…]​







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J&J Hit With $37.3M Verdict In NJ Talc Case   

 Posted on September 11, 2019 (Law360)

 A New Jersey state jury Wednesday slammed Johnson & Johnson with $37.3 million in combined compensatory damages over claims four people developed mesothelioma by using the pharmaceutical giant's baby powder.   [Read more…]

J&J Hit With $300M Punitive Damages Verdict In NY Talc Trial

Posted on June 3, 2019.  

Johnson & Johnson was hit with $300 million in punitive damages on Friday after a New York state jury found the company responsible for a woman's mesothelioma she developed after decades of using J&J talc bath products.   [Read more…]​




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Johnson & Johnson Recalls Asbestos-Tainted Baby Powder

Posted on October 18, 2019 (New York Times)  

Johnson & Johnson is recalling a shipment of baby powder after the Food and Drug Administration discovered evidence of asbestos, the company said on Friday, after months spent denying the presence of the carcinogen in its talc-based products.​   [Read more…]​




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