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
Lawyers in our firm are investigating cases where a person was exposed to talc or other harmful agents or chemicals in the workplace. Read more
Johnson & Johnson is headquartered in New Jersey. Read more
An estimated 25,000 women are diagnosed each year with ovarian cancer, and more than 15,000 die as a result. Read more
Beasley Allen lawyers Ted Meadows, David Dearing, Danielle Mason and Ryan Kral began trying the third talcum powder lawsuit in St. Louis, Mo. Read more
The New Jersey decision ignores the fact that Johnson & Johnson has admitted in internal documents that its talc powder product carries a cancer risk. Read more
The class action complaint, which was filed in May 2014, alleges that Johnson & Johnson concealed from consumers the serious risks of ovarian cancer. Read more
Johnson & Johnson worked in concert with its talc supplier, Imerys Talc America, Inc., and the cosmetic trade organization, the Personal Care Products Council. Read more
Talcum powder litigation continues to move forward at a rapid pace and there have been a number of new developments this summer. Read more
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