The J&J opioid ruling 2019 for the case in Oklahoma has been decided.
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Here’s what to know about this ruling for Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:).
- However, it also wasn’t near as harsh as it could have been.
- This is far from the $17 billion that the state was hoping to get from the lawsuit.
- A lawyer for J&J says that the company is already planning to appeal the decision.
- His decision found that J&J has broken the state’s “public nuisance” law.
- The company isn’t out of the woods just yet. There are over 2,000 lawsuits in connection to opioids across the U.S.
- Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter says that he believes companies selling opioids knew of the dangers of the drug before selling them.
You can follow links to learn more about the J&J opioid ruling 2019.
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As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.
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