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St. Louis Jury Awards $4.69 Billion in Latest Talc Powder Verdict
St. Louis Jury Awards $4.69 Billion in Latest Talc Powder Verdict

On Thursday, the latest jury to consider the link between the genital use of talc powder and ovarian cancer concluded that 22 women developed ovarian cancer from using talc powder. It took the jury less than one day of deliberations to reach its verdict after hearing six ...

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  • St. Louis Jury Awards $4.69 Billion in Latest Talc Powder Verdict

    On Thursday, the latest jury to consider the link between the genital use of talc powder and ovarian cancer concluded that 22 women developed ovarian cancer from using talc powder. It took the jury ...

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  • California Jury Awards $417 Million in Talc Powder Case

    Since the 1970s, concerns about Johnson & Johnson’s talc powder have grown. Talcum powder is a substance made from a mineral consisting of magnesium, silicon, and oxygen. Since the late 1800’s Johnson ...

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  • St. Louis Jury Finds Plaintiff's Ovarian Cancer Was Caused By Use of Talc Powder

    Last night, the fifth Missouri jury to consider whether Johnson & Johnson’s talc powder caused the Plaintiff’s ovarian cancer returned a verdict resoundingly answering that question in the ...

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  • Westchester County Jury Awards Plaintiff $425,000

    In February 2017, a Westchester County jury returned two verdicts in favor of a Sullivan & Brill client that was hit by a car while riding his bicycle . The first verdict found the driver of the car ...

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  • J&J ATTEMPTS TO MOVE TALC POWDER CASES OUT OF ST. LOUIS COURT

    After losing three straight trials in a St. Louis trial court, Johnson & Johnson filed a request that the cases be moved to another court. Three different St. Louis juries in the past year have ...

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  • RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TALC POWDER LITIGATION

    In the past two months, there have been three significant developments in the talc powder litigation pending in state and federal court.. First, on September 2, 2016, a New Jersey judge dismissed 200 ...

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