J&J Should Get $18M For 'Horrific' Counterfeits, Judge Says

By Ryan Davis (August 2, 2022, 6:14 PM EDT) -- Calling the case "an extreme outlier in the anticounterfeiting case law" with a "horrific" human cost, a Florida magistrate judge on Monday recommended awarding a Johnson & Johnson unit a default trademark judgment totaling $18 million against companies that sold counterfeit surgical products....

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