$3.27MM Ethicon Gynecare Verdict Upheld by Appeals Court
Ethicon Physiomesh Hernia Rupture lawsuit
As injury lawsuits begin to mount against Johnson and Johnson (J&J) and its subsidiary Ethicon over its Physiomesh plastic device, a popular line of hernia mesh used in surgical repair, comes news of the mesh failing dramatically causing the intestines …
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Pattern Jury Instructions get validation from federal judge
Judge Joseph Goodwin, of the Southern District of West Virginia, recognized the PJI after Ethicon mentioned them in a court filing, essentially citing them as precedent in West Virginia courts, including federal courts, and as an authoritative source …
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4th Cir. Upholds $3.27 Million Verdict in Ethicon Gynecare TVT
CHARLESTON, W. Va.
A federal appeals court has upheld a $3.27 million verdict awarded to a couple in an Ethicon Gynecare TVT Obturator transvaginal mesh action, agreeing with the jury and the trial court that the device was defectively designed.
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