J&J Agrees To Pay More Than $1.5 Million To Settle Talc Case

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In a stipulation of discontinuance without prejudice filed on December 21 in the New York Supreme Court for New York County, the parties involved in an asbestos cancer case have reached a settlement agreement in a case slated to begin trial next month. In a first-of-its-kind settlement, Johnson & Johnson and its talc supplier Imerys America Inc. has agreed to pay more than 1.5 million to a 78-year-old Manhattan woman, Ann Zoas, who blamed exposure to asbestos fibers from J&J's talcum powder for her mesothelioma.

J&J has been sued by individuals across the nation over ovarian cancer and mesothelioma risks related to the company's asbestos contaminated talcum powder use.


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