Johnson & Johnson announced that they have received subpoenas from both the Department of Justice (DOJ) as well as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in relation to the safety of their baby powder.
Have there been additional requests made by the government?
Yes. U.S. Senator Patty Murray from Washington State submitted her own request to the company to provide documents over claims of asbestos in their talcum powder products which includes their baby powder.
Has Johnson & Johnson issued a response to the subpoena?
Not yet. The company continues to stand by the safety of their products, even going so far as to launch an online ad campaign (read more about that here). The company has found themselves hit with a multitude of lawsuits over claims that their baby powder causes mesothelioma and ovarian cancer in women (read about the most recent trial here).
I have been injured as a result of using Johnson & Johnson talcum products. What are my next steps?
If you or a loved one have been injured as a result of using Johnson & Johnson talc products contact our office at (303)-999-9999 or (303)-835-9342 to schedule a free consultation and speak with one of our experienced attorneys. Please also visit our practice area page on talcum powder and ovarian cancer here for additional information.