Beasley Allen lawyers returned to St. Louis to begin our fourth talcum powder trial, which was a “Defense pick.” Read more
St. Louis juries were no doubt alarmed to learn how Johnson & Johnson aggressively marketed its talc products to African-American and Hispanic women. Read more
Invokana squeaked through the FDA approval process by an 8-7 vote. Read more
Judge Ed Kinkeade reduced the punitive damages awarded late last year in the third bellwether trial involving the Pinnacle metal-on-metal hip replacement. Read more
The verdict was returned in less than a day after a two-month trial. Read more
There are more talc trials set for later this year. Read more
The verdicts were reduced due to punitive damages caps in the Plaintiffs’ respective states. Read more
Three juries have found Johnson & Johnson liable for injuries or wrongful death resulting from the use of its talc-containing products. Read more
After almost a month of trial, in our third lawsuit against J&J, the jury found for our client, Deborah Giannecchini, and awarded $70.075 million in damages. Read more
The verdict includes between $4 million and $6 million per plaintiff in damages for physical injuries and pain and suffering, and $1 million each to four spouses for loss of consortium. Read more
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