Ethicon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson and manufacturer of Physiomesh, issued a recall of the product due to high rates of reoccurrence. Read more
Jurors in the trial agreed that J&J subsidiary Ethicon Inc. had defectively designed its so-called TVT Secur pelvic mesh. Read more
This is the third consecutive eight-figure award against Johnson & Johnson in the pelvic mesh mass tort program. Read more
U.S. Judge Joseph Goodwin solidified the jury’s verdict in August 2015, refusing to throw out the verdict as a matter of law. Read more
There are at least three Physiomesh cases already filed nationwide. Read more
Defects in Physiomesh were found only after it was put on the market. Read more
The FDA recently reclassified pelvic mesh devices such as those at issue in the suits as high-risk devices. Read more
Johnson & Johnson medical device maker Ethicon Inc. has settled a whistleblower claim that it fired an executive. Read more
A state appeals court in New Jersey has upheld an $11.1 million jury award to a woman who claims a Johnson & Johnson unit’s vaginal mesh product caused debilitating nerve pain, say... Read more
According to the complaint, Ms. Carlino had Ethicon’s transvaginal mesh device, marketed as Gynecare TVT, implanted on Aug. 18, 2005. Read more
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