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  • October 20, 2017

    J&J Wins Toss Of $417M Talc Cancer Verdict In Calif.

    A California judge on Friday tossed a jury award of $417 million from Johnson & Johnson to a woman who claimed the company's baby powder gave her ovarian cancer, finding the plaintiff relied on speculative expert testimony that failed to link talcum powder to cancer.

  • October 20, 2017

    DC Circ. Puts Immigrant Teen's Abortion On Hold, For Now

    A three-judge panel for the D.C. Circuit on Friday nixed a lower court order requiring the federal government to allow an immigrant teenager to have an abortion, giving U.S. Health and Human Services until the end of the month for the young woman to be released to a sponsor.

  • October 20, 2017

    If J&J Talc Had Asbestos, It Could Cause Cancer, Expert Says

    If Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder products contained asbestos, a person using them on their child or on themselves could develop mesothelioma, a former Tulane pathology professor and asbestos expert testified in a California trial Friday for a woman alleging she developed the cancer in this way.

  • October 20, 2017

    Opioid Litigation Roundup: An Overview Of Major Cases

    State attorneys general, a Native American tribe and individual consumers are among the chorus of plaintiffs who've brought lawsuits against drugmakers, pharmacies and distributors allegedly responsible for epidemic levels of opioid abuse. Here, Law360 gives an overview of major pending opioid cases and how far they've progressed.

  • October 20, 2017

    Trump Admin Fights Dem AGs' Bid To Restore ACA Subsidies

    The Trump administration on Friday urged a California federal judge not to quickly restore funding for Affordable Care Act subsidies that reduce copays and deductibles, arguing that a new lawsuit from Democratic attorneys general is procedurally improper.

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