STORY FROM: Talcum Powder Litigation Report

Calif. Talcum Powder Parties Exchange Briefing on Scope of Discovery

LOS ANGELES –– Parties involved in California’s coordinated pretrial docket for talcum powder personal injury claims have exchanged briefing on the scope of discovery, with the plaintiffs asking the court to limit discovery to 10 years predating the cancer diagnosis, while the defendants maintained that no limit should be placed on discovery.

In separate briefs filed March 24 in the California Superior Court for Los Angeles County, the parties outlined their disagreement regarding the scope of discovery.

The defendants noted in their brief that the plaintiffs’ position is that they should be permitted to restrict the scope of discovery concerning ...

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