J&J Hit With $1.2M Verdict In Texas Pelvic Mesh Trial

By Sindhu Sundar (April 4, 2014, 1:39 PM EDT) -- Johnson & Johnson was hit Thursday with $1.2 million in damages by a Texas jury that found that the TVT-O pelvic mesh made by J&J unit Ethicon Inc. was defectively designed, the first time that the device maker was hit with a verdict over its bladder sling products used to treat stress urinary incontinence....

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