According to a Philly.com news article, New Jersey-based, Johnson and Johnson has been on the hot seat since its eight recalls of various over the counter medicines. Since September, J&J has issued the recalls, citing various problems with bacteria, strange smells, and tiny metal shavings.
According to the article, J&J has received subpoenas from federal prosecutors related to the repeated recalls. Two plants, one in Fort Washington, PA and the other in Lancaster, PA have been found to have issues related to manufacturing problems. The Fort Washington plant was shut down in April, 2010.
We blindly rely on manufacturers for safety and in many instances, our safety becomes a bottom priority. New Jersey law recognizes multiple types of dangerous, defective products claims. Our recent article on negligence claims in dangerous products litigation
discusses the ins and outs of New Jersey law.
Category: Dangerous Products Cases
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