STORY FROM: Talcum Powder Litigation Report

Miss. Attorney General Opposes J&J’s Efforts to Stay, Continue Trial Date in Talcum Powder Action

JACKSON, Miss. –– Parties in the talcum powder action brought by the Mississippi Attorney General have exchanged briefing on a motion to continue and stay pending appeal, with the plaintiffs arguing that a stay would prejudice the State since “talcum powder products continue to be sold and used by women across the State of Mississippi.”

In a separate Jan. 25 brief filed in the Mississippi First Judicial District Chancery Court for Hinds County, the plaintiff said a stay is unnecessary and “would do nothing but prolong this litigation which has already been pending for over four years, thereby causing further ...

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Motion to Continue
Opposition to Continue

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