National News Outlets Cover the Denial of J&J’s Petition to the Missouri Supreme Court

What they’re reporting about the court’s decision:

 

Kevin Parker, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, said in a statement: “Johnson & Johnson should accept the findings of the jury and the appellate court and move forward with proper compensation to the victims.”

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Missouri Supreme Court Denies Review of $2.11 Billion Talc-Ovarian Cancer Ruling

The Supreme Court of the State of Missouri has denied an effort by Johnson & Johnson’s legal counsel to seek reconsideration of a state appellate court’s recent opinion that upheld $2.11 billion in punitive and compensatory damages against the company and its affiliate in findings that the company’s asbestos-contaminated, talc-based baby powder caused the ovarian cancer of 20 plaintiffs. Continue reading “Missouri Supreme Court Denies Review of $2.11 Billion Talc-Ovarian Cancer Ruling”

Federal Lawsuit Charges Billionaire Chinese Media Executive with Making ‘Terroristic Threats’ Against Noted Religious-Freedom Advocate

Lawsuit: Billionaire Guo Wengui inciting followers to kill Pastor Bob Fu 

MIDLAND, Texas – Attorneys for renowned Chinese activist, author and religious leader Bob Fu have filed a federal lawsuit alleging that Guo Wengui, the billionaire owner of Beijing Zenith Holdings, unlawfully targeted Pastor Fu through online death threats and protests at the Fu family home in Midland.

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Jury Returns $2 Million Verdict for Worker Injured on Construction Site

Jury trial among first conducted in Texas since onset of pandemic 

BROWNWOOD, Texas – In one of the state’s first in-person jury trials in the past seven months, a Brown County jury on Friday awarded $1.95 million for injuries suffered by a worker who fell 11 feet through an unmarked opening onto a concrete floor  Continue reading “Jury Returns $2 Million Verdict for Worker Injured on Construction Site”