Law360, Philadelphia (February 24, 2014, 5:55 PM EST) -- A Johnson & Johnson subsidiary failed to adequately warn parents about the risk of birth defects associated with the epilepsy and migraine drug Topamax, an attorney for the family of a 5-year-old boy born with a cleft palate told a Philadelphia jury on Monday.
Scott Love, an attorney with Clark Love & Hutson representing the family of 5-year-old Josiah Brown, told a state jury during opening arguments that the failure of J&J subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc. to provide information to doctors about the possibility of birth defects led Josiah's mother to continue taking Topamax to treat her migraines around the time...
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