STORY FROM: Talcum Powder Litigation Report

Talcum Powder Plaintiff Whose Claims Were Rejected by Jury Accuses J&J of Incomplete Document Production

ST. LOUIS –– A talcum powder plaintiff whose claims were the first to be rejected by a Missouri jury has moved to vacate the judgment entered in favor of the defendants, accusing Johnson & Johnson of “woefully incomplete” document production.

In an April 10 motion to vacate judgment, the plaintiff told the Missouri Circuit Court for St. Louis City that the defendant had “unilaterally” limited its internal search of documents to only 10 terms and omitted the search term “ovaries,” “ovarian,” and “cancer.”

The underlying claims were asserted by plaintiff Nora Daniels, who said her Stage II(b) ovarian cancer was ...

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