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The Firm is representing hundreds of clients in DePuy Pinnacle hip lawsuits that are currently pending in the federal litigation, and the outcomes of bellwether trials could portend jury decisions
More than four years after federal regulators first warned of the dangers associated with transvaginal mesh, the litigation surrounding these devices continues to grow. New
MARLBOROUGH, Mass., Feb.
Lawsuit website reports recent settlement where more than 100 vaginal mesh cases were settled by J&J, although the amount they settled for is undisclosed. ATLANTA, Feb.
The Firm is representing numerous women in transvaginal mesh lawsuits that involve mesh implants manufactured by C.R. Bard Inc.
By partnering with Rutgers Business School Executive Education (RBSEE), J&J increases digital competency around the globe NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., Feb.
The Firm is currently filing transvaginal mesh lawsuits on behalf of women who were allegedly injured by products manufactured by C.R.
The lawsuit involves allegations that Johnson & Johnson talcum powder was responsible for a woman’s death due to ovarian cancer. Port Washington, New York
Unique Approach Aims to Intercept Disease Prior to Onset and Preserve Health of People At-risk of Developing Type 1 Diabetes RARITAN, N.J., Feb.
New Focus in Disease Prevention, Disease Interception, and the Microbiome to Propel Scientific Innovation RARITAN, N.J., Feb.
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