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Issue 42 | February 2020

TORT: Johnson & Johnson Prevail on Another Talc Case

A Los Angeles County jury returned a verdict in favor of Johnson & Johnson (“J&J”) in a case brought by Amy Fong (“Plaintiff”) alleging that she developed mesothelioma from use of J&J’s talc-containing products (Fong v. Johnson & Johnson, BC675449).

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By:  Jason A. Benkner

“Forever Chemicals:” A Growing Target For Litigation And Legislation

PFAS, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, have been under increased scrutiny in recent years. These chemicals are broadly used in a variety of nonstick products, such as raincoats, cookware and firefighting foam.

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By:  Alexander D. Hawgood

Featured Result

Plaintiff alleged that he developed pulmonary fibrosis as a result of occupational exposure to chemical products including “natural polifil” plastics between January 2008 and March 2010 while working as a forklift operator.

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