Some 500 women suing Merck & Co over its osteoporosis drug
Fosamax have urged the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold a federal
appeals court ruling that allowed their cases to move forward.
A federal judicial panel is set to weigh requests to create
multidistrict litigation for products liability lawsuits against
several companies over infants born opioid-dependent and foams
with C-8 used to fight liquid fuel fires.
A California judge on Thursday granted an expedited trial in the case of a California couple suffering from cancer who sued Bayer AG's Monsanto unit, alleging the company's glyphosate-containing weed killer Roundup caused their disease.
A second South Carolina jury on Thursday failed to reach a verdict in the retrial of a case by a woman whose family said her long-term use of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder led to her death from asbestos-related cancer.
A proposed class of consumers has asked a federal California
court to reject Nestle USA Inc's motion to dismiss their lawsuit
alleging the world's largest foodmaker misled shoppers about its
"No GMO ingredients" label.
Nov 15 A California judge on Thursday granted an
expedited trial for March in the case of a California couple
suffering from cancer who sued Bayer AG's Monsanto
unit, alleging the company's glyphosate-containing weed killer
Roundup caused their disease.
The talc supplier to Johnson & Johnson is asking a federal
judge in New Jersey to weigh in on a discovery request in a
California state court lawsuit alleging asbestos contamination
in J&J talc products caused a woman to develop cancer.
A California jury on Wednesday cleared Johnson & Johnson of liability in a case involving a woman who alleged that the company's talc-based products, including its baby powder, contain asbestos and caused her cancer, the company said.
As trials against Johnson & Johnson and its supplier Imerys
Talc America over allegedly asbestos-contaminated talcum powder
products causing cancer are ramping up across the country, the
law firm that clinched a multi-plaintiff $4.69 billion talc
verdict in July is preparing for another jury to hear its
The City of New York urged a federal appeals court to revive
its climate change lawsuit against five major oil companies,
saying the lower court had erred when it concluded the city's
claims were preempted by federal law.