Ex-J&J Doctor Testifies She Told Bosses About Mesh Issues

Law360 (July 31, 2019, 10:29 PM EDT) -- A former Johnson & Johnson medical director alerted higher-ups that patients complained of complications from the company's pelvic mesh that weren't listed on warning labels, she testified Wednesday in California's suit alleging J&J falsely marketed the products.

During the third week of the bench trial before San Diego County Superior Court Judge Eddie Sturgeon, the state called to the stand as a hostile witness Dr. Meng Chen, who was the medical director at J&J subsidiary Ethicon assigned to monitor doctor and patient complaints about its medical devices from 2006 to 2014.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra alleges that J&J and Ethicon...

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