Recent Posts in Product Liability Category

  • FDA Supports Highest Level of Warning Labels on Breast Implants

    The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it may begin requiring the addition of “black box” warning labels on breast implant packaging. A black box warning label is the highest level of warning label that can be issued by the FDA; it is reserved for products that are identified by the FDA as especially dangerous. Breast implants have been associated with the development ...
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  • Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder Taken Off Shelves of Major Retailers

    Following months of legal issues concerning the safety of their talcum powder products, Johnson & Johnson is facing more repercussions — some of their baby powders will no longer be sold at Walmart, Rite Aid, and CVS. According to CBS News , the recall was based on the discovery of “trace amounts of asbestos” in one bottle of Johnson & Johnson baby powder. The asbestos was discovered in the ...
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  • Understanding the Landmark Opioid Decision Against J&J

    Last month, Johnson & Johnson was held accountable for helping incite the opioid epidemic. Even though it happened at the state-level in Oklahoma, the news is huge because it sets an important legal precedent for all future opioid lawsuits. Now that manufacturers can be held responsible for these dangerous drugs, people who have been affected by the opioid crisis may eventually be able to come ...
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