J&J's S. Korean Unit Faces Charges After Tylenol Recall

Law360, New York (May 16, 2013, 1:59 PM EDT) -- South Korea’s food and drug regulator on Thursday ordered a halt in production of five products manufactured by Johnson & Johnson unit Janssen Korea Ltd. and announced it will seek criminal charges following a recall sparked by the discovery of unusually high levels of the active ingredient in children’s Tylenol syrup. 

The Ministry of Food and Drug Safety said it plans to ban the production of the children’s Tylenol syrup for five months, the anti-dandruff shampoo Nizoral for four months, and it will implement a one-month...
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