SAN DIEGO – The lawyer for Johnson & Johnson on Thursday sought to portray an expert witness for the state as a highly paid plaintiff testifier in a trial over allegations the company sold dangerous bladder sling devices that injured women and falsely minimized the risks.
SAN DIEGO – During a second day of testimony on Wednesday in California's case against Johnson & Johnson over a pelvic mesh device, Dr. Bruce A. Rosenzweig, a gynecologist and urinary tract specialist with the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, described for the court what happens when pelvic mesh inside a woman’s body deforms.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego County woman recalled her suffering after a vaginal mesh implant was performed and a doctor said the mesh sometimes appears deformed upon removal in a trial accusing Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Ethicon of offering defective injury-causing incontinence devices.
SAN DIEGO – Trial opened Monday in a lawsuit filed by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra accusing Johnson & Johnson and its pelvic mesh device called “Prolift” made by a subsidiary Ethicon of causing vaginal injuries in women and said the company had engaged in deceptive marketing practices.
OAKLAND – Monsanto bolstered its argument that a jury trial resulting in a $2 billion verdict in May was tainted by misconduct in briefs filed Tuesday calling for a new trial or judgment notwithstanding verdict (JNOV).