A West Virginia federal jury has found C.R. Bard Inc. responsible for injuries a woman suffered from a defective vaginal mesh implant. The jurors returned a $2 million verdict against Bard i... Read more
As predicted in the March issue, the jury in the Gross case returned a $7.76 million punitive damages award against the Ethicon Endo-Surgery Inc. subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. The awa... Read more
A New Jersey jury on February 25th returned a $3.35 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson in the first phase of a Transvaginal surgical mesh case. The jury found that the drug compan... Read more
In ongoing mass tort litigation over vaginal mesh implants, new bellwether trial dates have been set for cases over the Avaulta mesh product, manufactured by C.R. Bard. The development comes... Read more
Lawsuits against three major vaginal mesh device manufacturers have been centralized in multidistrict litigations in West Virginia. Over 100 cases involving a variety of products made by Ame... Read more
On September 9, 2011, an FDA Advisory Panel recommended that vaginal mesh products be reclassified to Class III devices and that more stringent pre-market testing be required prior to approv... Read more
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