Miss. Supreme Court Affirms Order Rejecting J&J’s Challenges to AG’s Lawsuit Over Talcum Powder Labeling

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JACKSON, Miss. –– Mississippi’s highest court will allow the state’s lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson for alleged mislabeling of talcum powder products to proceed, concluding that the underlying claims are neither preempted nor excluded under the Mississippi Consumer Protection Act. In the April 1 opinion, the Mississippi Supreme Court concluded that “the Food and Drug […]

Johnson & Johnson’s $100 Million Baby Powder Lawsuit Settlement Is Overdue For Black & Hispanic Women

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Forbes, Kori Hale Facing almost 20,000 lawsuits by women who blame  Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder for causing cancer finally has a $100 million settlement from the manufacturer. The company agreed to settle 1,000 of these cases in bulk. Despite growing concerns of carcinogenic agents, the products giant continued to market and sell its baby […]

DeLauro Demands Johnson & Johnson Recall Talc-Based Baby Powder, Criticizes Company’s Past Marketing Targeting Women of Color

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September 16, 2020 Press Release DeLauro in a letter to CEO Gorsky: “By concealing any notion of potential asbestos contamination of its baby powder, Johnson & Johnson violated that trust and placed millions of lives at risk.” As a survivor, DeLauro marks Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month with a call on Johnson & Johnson to remove […]

J&J Can’t Boot Experts To Sink Asbestos-In-Talc MDL

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A New Jersey federal judge on Monday largely rejected Johnson & Johnson’s efforts to bar plaintiffs’ experts from testifying that J&J’s baby powder contains asbestos and that talc can cause ovarian cancer, opening a path to trials in the multidistrict litigation that contains thousands of cases. In a three-page order and accompanying 141-page opinion, U.S. District […]