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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The Lanier Law Firm’s Going After Google

Mark Lanier and the Business Litigation team of The Lanier Law Firm has been retained as trial counsel by the State of Texas in antitrust litigation against Google. The 130-page lawsuit, filed on December 16 in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas and joined by nine other state attorneys general, alleges the tech giant engages in anticompetitive practices in dominating the online display advertising market.

“This is a textbook example of an antitrust case. This is why the laws exist,” Mr. Lanier says in an interview with Texas Lawyer.  “Google is—in fact, several of the tech companies now—in my mind are equivalent to the oil barons who brought forth the antitrust laws.” Continue reading “The Lanier Law Firm’s Going After Google”

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”