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Class Action/Mass Torts

Talc Mining Company Named in Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits

  In recent years, some women who used talcum powder as part of their daily routine have developed ovarian cancer. Presently, more than 1000 women and surviving family members have filed suit against Johnson & Johnson, the makers of Johnson's Baby Powder and Shower to Shower. In 2016, juries in Missouri ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $72 million and $55 million respectively in cases...
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Proposed Class Action VW Settlement Awaits Court Approval — Class Members Invited to Examine Proposal

Volkswagen has reached proposed Settlements involving 2.0-liter Volkswagen and Audi diesel vehicles with the United States Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA"), the California Attorney General, the California Air Resources Board ("CARB"), the Federal Trade Commission, and current vehicle owners/lessees and certain former vehicle owners/lessees in the United States. If the proposed Settlements are approved by the California Judge, then Volkswagen has agreed to: Buy back, terminate...
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Clifford Law Accepting Victims of Talc and Talc Powder Causing Ovarian Cancer

Despite two multi­-million­-dollar verdicts this year against Johnson & Johnson for its talc products causing ovarian cancer in women who used it for feminine hygiene, the company continues to sell these products without safety warnings. Johnson & Johnson faces several more decisive trials on the same issue this year and several already scheduled for next year from California to St. Louis to New Jersey. Clifford...
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Latest in VW Class Action for Widespread Fraud

Various news outlets are reporting alleged details of a proposed settlement in the VW class action case, but due to the judge's gag order, we cannot credibly address those reports. The anticipated official announcement of any settlement by the court is expected in the upcoming weeks. Please remember to monitor the Court's website for the most current and accurate reports of case developments:  
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CLO Representing Talc and Talc Powder User Victims

Long thought to be safe (so safe that it was heavily marketed for use on babies' bottoms to keep them dry in their diapers), it has been discovered that talc and talcum powder actually contains harmful carcinogenic ingredients like asbestos.Talc and Talcum Powder lawsuits became front-page news with the $55 million verdict in May, 2016, when a South Dakota woman was found to have ovarian...
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