J&J Pushes To Admit Missing Witness's Prior Talc Testimony

By Matt Fair (August 17, 2021, 5:43 PM EDT) -- A Johnson & Johnson attorney on Tuesday urged a Philadelphia judge, in the run-up to the city's first talc trial, to admit prior testimony from a company executive who he said had been sidelined because of an unspecified medical issue and whose absence from a similar case in Illinois resulted in a contempt finding last month. ...

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