In 2016, three St. Louis trials brought by other women suffering from ovarian cancer led to multiple jury verdicts. Read more
We have reached the point in this talc litigation where jury verdicts are being scrutinized by trial courts and appellate courts. Read more
There is a reason why the courtroom losses keep piling up for J&J, and it has nothing to do with rogue juries or greedy trial lawyers. Read more
Approximately 21,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year. Read more
The cases involve claims that the talc products cause ovarian cancer. Read more
The first California jury to hear the evidence linking Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder and ovarian cancer returned a $417 million verdict. Read more
Plaintiffs in the St. Louis talc trial included two from out of state and one man from Webster Groves, Missouri. Read more
The talcum powder multi-district litigation (MDL) is in New Jersey federal court where approximately 300 cases are pending. Read more
Much of Leigh’s recent work has involved issues surrounding women’s health. Read more
Beasley Allen lawyers returned to St. Louis in early April to start our fifth talcum powder trial. Read more
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