The Los Angeles Superior Court jury's verdict in favor of California resident Eva Echeverria was the largest to date in lawsuits alleging J&J failed to adequately warn consumers about the cancer risks of talc-based products. The verdict included $70 million in compensatory damages and $347 million[...]
Johnson & Johnson baby powder with Talc would be a product that most consumers would assume to be safe. But the evidence presented to the California jury...[...]
The case was probing an alleged link between talc products and ovarian cancer....JNJ[...]
A Los Angeles jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $417 million in a case to a woman who claimed in a lawsuit that the talc in the company's iconic baby powder causes ovarian cancer when applied regularly for feminine hygiene.[...]
Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay a woman $417m (£323m) in the latest cancer compensation case relating to its talc-based products.[...]
A jury awarded a woman with ovarian cancer $417 million Monday in a case against Johnson & Johnson, the latest hit to the pharmaceutical company in widespread litigation over the alleged harms of its baby powder.[...]
Court: Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $417M in civil lawsuit linking talcum powder to cancer[...]
LOS ANGELES –– California jurors hearing the first talcum powder case to proceed to trial in the state have awarded $417 million to the plaintiff at the conclusion of their deliberations, HarrisMartin Publishing is reporting. The California Superior Court for Los Angeles County jury reached the verdict, which includes $347 million in punitive damages, just moments ago against Johnson & Johnson and Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. The jury’s verdict comes after a three-week trial and more than two days of deliberations. The underlying case involves claims brought by Eva Echeverria, who said her use of talcum powder products led ...[...]


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