J&J To Pay States $120M For False Hip Implant Promos

By Dani Kass (January 22, 2019, 7:35 PM EST) -- A Johnson & Johnson unit will pay $120 million to end a wide-ranging investigation into whether it misled customers about the longevity and efficacy of its hip replacement devices, attorneys general in New York and Texas announced Tuesday.

Without admitting liability or misconduct, DePuy Orthopedics Inc. entered into a consent judgment to adjust how it markets and promotes its hip implant products. The investigations were aimed at DePuy's ASR XL implant, which was recalled in 2010, and the Pinnacle Ultamet, which was discontinued in 2013.

These are the same products that multiple juries had found the company misled customers about in several...

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