The Alameda County Superior Court reported the following activity in the suit brought by Patti Barahona, Jason Butler, Michael Church, Shawn Cowing, Lori Duszynski, Jonathan Fuller, Donald Gammon, Mary Guerrero, Steven Harper, Barbara Medina, Kinnie Stokes and Judy Trosper against Confluent Medical Technologies Inc., Cordis Corp. and Johnson & Johnson on Feb. 8: 'Complaint-Mass Tort Filed'
The Alameda County Superior Court reported the following activity in the suit brought by Gs Dogtown Investors LLC against C.S. Development & Construction Inc. and Cristian Szilagy on Feb. 8: 'Complaint Breach Of Contract/Warranty Filed'
SAN FRANCISCO – Two scientific companies, who sued each other over allegations of patent infringement on tests and genetics, have obtained a court approval regarding a claim construction in their dispute.
SAN FRANCISCO – A software company suing a small company over allegations of breach of contract for software development has received permission from a federal court to amend its suit to include another debtor.
Plaintiffs argued that in the 1970s, officials of Johnson & Johnson tried to avoid possible regulation of talc baby powder by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and considered strategies to prevent it.
A noted microscopic researcher told a jury on Thursday that plaintiff Terry Leavitt’s mother had used Johnson & Johnson baby powder on her as a child 5,110 times over two years, and that Leavitt continued using the product thousands of additional times as a young girl and adult.