STORY FROM: Talcum Powder Litigation Report

Maryland Plaintiff Voluntarily Dismisses Talc-Based Powder Exposure Claims Without Prejudice

BALTIMORE –– A Maryland federal court has issued a paperless order approving a notice of voluntary dismiss without prejudice filed in a talc-based powder exposure suit filed only months ago.

In the June 16 notice of voluntarily dismissal without prejudice filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, plaintiff Norma J. Slampa stated that dismissed all of her claims against the defendants in the talc action.

Plaintiff Norma Slampa filed the complaint in March, contending that her Stage IV ovarian cancer was caused by using Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder.

Slampa specifically said that she learned ...

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