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J&J Wins Battle Against $417M Talc Award, But War Not Over

Law360, Los Angeles (October 23, 2017, 10:43 PM EDT) -- Johnson & Johnson escaped its $417 million loss in the first California jury trial over the alleged link between J&J’s talcum products and ovarian cancer when a California judge last week tossed the verdict because of insufficient scientific evidence, but experts say that unsettled science and impending appellate review mean the ruling isn’t a deathblow for Golden State talc plaintiffs’ hopes.

On Friday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Maren E. Nelson issued a 51-page opinion firmly siding with J&J in multiple post-trial motions seeking to scrap...
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