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California Jury Awards $12M in 1st Joint Colgate, Johnson & Johnson Talc Powder Trial

Posted by David Siegel on Jun 12, 2019 10:21:26 PM

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Topics: Products Liability

South Carolina Jury Finds No Asbestos In Johnson & Johnson’s Talc-Based Baby Powder

Posted by David Siegel on May 21, 2019 6:14:48 PM

CVN screenshot of Johnson & Johnson attorney Michael Brown delivering his closing argument. Click here to see video from the trial.

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Topics: Products Liability

What Opioid Litigation Heavyweights Are Hearing on Newest Changes Surrounding Cases

Posted by Courtroom View Network on May 17, 2019 2:48:29 PM

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Dallas, TX— As the first wave of opioid lawsuits moves toward trial, the nation’s top attorneys and legal industry experts will meet in Dallas this June to discuss critical approaches to the groundswell of litigation that will put billions of dollars at stake.

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Topics: Products Liability, Promoted Content

Numerous Johnson & Johnson Talc Cases Remanded To State Courts, South Carolina Trial Gets Underway

Posted by David Siegel on May 10, 2019 12:17:33 PM

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Topics: Products Liability

|VIDEO| Karen Koehler Channels Boat Captain in Opening That Sets Up $123M Crash Case Win

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Apr 25, 2019 8:03:06 AM

 

Video: Karen Koehler delivers her opening statement in the role of a duck boat captain during trial over a boat crash that left five people dead and dozens injured. 


Delivering a compelling opening can be a challenge in product liability trials, where equipment specifications and similarly dry material are often central to a case. However, in openings at trial over a fatal duck boat crash, Karen Koehler artfully channeled a duck boat captain to detail her case and set the foundation for a nine-figure verdict.

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Topics: Products Liability, Washington, Dinh, et al. v. Ride the Ducks, et al.