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Talcum Powder Litigation Report

Hot on the heels of separate $72 million and $55 million verdicts entered against Johnson & Johnson defendants, HarrisMartin has launched this Talcum Powder Litigation Report, an online-only resource dedicated solely to news on talc-based powder ovarian cancer claims.


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Issue #03, June 2016

Talc-Based Powder Plaintiffs Also Move to Supplement Record in Appeal; Say that 8th Circuit Needs ‘Context’

The talc-based powder exposure plaintiffs involved in the appeal of a dismissal order have filed their own motion to supplement the appellate record, saying that the 8th Circuit needs the context in which a state court ordered that an upcoming talc trial involve a single plaintiff, as opposed to several plaintiffs as originally intended.


Louisiana Talc Plaintiff Moves to Dismiss Claims Without Prejudice

A Louisiana woman has filed a motion to dismiss her talc-based powder claims without prejudice, according to a recent filing in federal court.


Missouri Court Hears Defense Motions for New Trial and JNOV in Talc Case That Ended in $72 Million Verdict

Motions filed by Johnson & Johnson and Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies Inc. for a new trial and for a judgment notwithstanding the verdict in a case that ended in a $72 million verdict have been heard and submitted, according to a recent docket entry.


Talc Plaintiffs Move to Remand Recently Removed Case; Say Courts Have Declined Jurisdiction in Similar Cases ‘Countless Times’

Plaintiffs asserting talc-based powder exposure claims have moved to remand a recently removed lawsuit, arguing that courts have repeatedly rejected the defendants’ fraudulent misjoinder argument.


Missouri Court Says Jan. 2017 Trial Setting Will Involve Single Plaintiff of Defendants’ Choosing

A Missouri state court has issued a scheduling order stating that the Jan. 2017 trial setting for a talc-based powder exposure multi-plaintiff suit be for the trial of a single plaintiff which will be a defense pick, departing from earlier plans to hold a multi-plaintiff trial.


Defendants Seek to Supplement Record in Appeal of Order Dismissing Talc-Based Powder Exposure Suit

The defendants appealing a federal court order granting a plaintiff’s motion to voluntarily dismiss a talc-based powder exposure case have moved to supplement the record, arguing that a scheduling order recently filed in state court is “highly relevant” to the instant proceedings.


New Multi-Plaintiff Talc-Based Powder Exposure Complaint Filed in New Mexico State Court

A new talc-based powder exposure complaint has been filed in New Mexico by several plaintiffs, all of whom allegedly developed ovarian tumors as a result of using Baby Powder and Shower-to-Shower products.


Calif. Parties Seek Creation of Coordinated Docket for Talc-Based Powder Exposure Suits

Several plaintiffs with talc-based powder exposure claims pending in California state court have filed a petition for coordination, contending that coordination of the cases would avoid duplicative or inconsistent rulings.


Latest Talc-Based Powder Exposure Suit Filed by 4 Women in California State Court

Another talc-based powder exposure lawsuit has been filed in California state court, with the latest complaint involving the claims of four women who said that daily use of the products caused them to develop ovarian cancer.


Canadian Citizens File Class Action Lawsuit Against Johnson & Johnson for Injuries Allegedly Related to Talc-Based Powder Products

A group of Canadians have filed a class action lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson defendants in a Toronto court, contending that the defendants were negligent in the development, testing, design, manufacturing and distribution of their Baby Powder products.


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