CVN's on-demand video library includes hundreds of high-stakes trials featuring the best attorneys across the country. But each month some of those trials stand out from the rest, based on interest and discussion surrounding them. Below are 10 of January's most-watched, most discussed trials from the CVN library.
In an unusual Non-Engle Florida tobacco trial, jurors awarded the family of a mechanic $225,000 for the role they concluded Philip Morris played in the long-time smoker’s lung cancer death.
A California state court jury delivered a defense verdict on Monday for a surgeon accused of engaging in “off-label” use of medical device company Medtronic’s “Infuse” spinal implant on a patient without her consent, in the first such case to go to trial.
A California state court jury slapped a trucking company with a $52.84 million verdict in a lawsuit filed by two brothers who suffered traumatic brain injuries when a big rig crossed a road’s centerline and hit their truck head-on.
An Iowa state court jury awarded $4 million to the aunt of former Olympic gold medalist and reality television star Shawn Johnson East, after she was struck by a drunk driver.
Jurors awarded a California nurse more than $1.4 million for the severe shoulder injury she suffered in a 2015 fall at a Ralphs grocery store.
An Atlanta-area obstetrician was cleared of responsibility for the childbirth-related shoulder injury that has left a girl without the use of her right arm.
Jurors in a New Jersey state courtroom just miles away from Johnson & Johnson's US headquarters slammed the company and their talc supplier Imerys with an $80 million punitive damages verdict on Wednesday, in a lawsuit over the alleged presence of asbestos in talc-based products like Baby Powder and Shower to Shower. The punitive verdict followed a $37 million compensatory award handed down days earlier.
A New Jersey state court jury delivered a major victory for Johnson & Johnson on Thursday, when they returned the first defense verdict in a talc powder trial in the company’s home state.
Parties reached a settlement after openings at trial over claims medical negligence led to a child’s brain damage.
Jurors slammed Johnson & Johnson with a $4.69 billion verdict, including more than $4.1 billion in punitives, for the role they concluded the company played in the ovarian cancer 22 women developed after years of using its talc-based products.
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