US Court Overturns $151m Verdict In J&J Hip Case
A federal appeals court has overturned a $151m verdict against Johnson & Johnson subsidiary DePuy Orthopedics in a case brought by patients who say they were injured by the company’s Pinnacle hip implant. The ruling hinged on charges of biased and misleading statements from plaintiffs' lawyers.
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