Law360's Weekly Verdict: Legal Lions & Lambs

By Sam Reisman (April 18, 2019, 6:29 PM EDT) -- Legal lions this week include the team that helped secure a favorable jury verdict for a Johnson & Johnson unit in pelvic mesh litigation, while the lambs include a Tennessee man charged with fraud after he was caught allegedly pretending to be a team of lawyers from Cravath.

Legal Lions

Attorneys for Johnson & Johnson unit Ethicon Inc. notched a win on Wednesday when a Philadelphia jury turned back claims that a defective pelvic mesh implant exacerbated incontinence and caused pain. Ethicon is represented by Julie Callsen and Jennifer Steinmetz of Tucker Ellis LLP, Sean Gallagher of Bartlit Beck LLP, Andrea...

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