Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit

12/09/2014

Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit Defendant Opposes Consolidation

Audet & Partners, LLP reports that C.R. Bard, Inc., a major transvaginal mesh manufacturer  and defendant in transvaginal mesh lawsuits, has argued against consolidation of the mesh litigation.  In a West Virginia federal court, Bard argued against consolidation in multidistrict litigation (MDL) fearing that such consolidation would paint a picture among juries that "something must be wrong" with Bard's pelvic mesh product. Arguing in favor of consolidation, attorneys representing women injured by transvaginal mesh implants have argued that consolidating the page... Read More
09/24/2014

Transvaginal Mesh Trial Ends in $3.27 Million Verdict for Woman

Transvaginal Mesh Verdict Against Ethicon

Audet & Partners, LLP reports that a West Virginia has returned a multi-million dollar verdict on behalf of Ms. Jo Huskey, a woman who had brought a transvaginal mesh lawsuit alleging serious personal injuries after implantation of the TVT-O sling manufactured by Ethicon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson.  In awarding $3.27 million to Ms. Huskey, the jury found that the pelvic sling manufactured by Ethicon was defectively designed and that the company had failed to adequately warn of the... Read More
04/09/2014

Transvaginal Mesh Litigation Update: Consumer Group Calls for Criminal Investigation into Johnson & Johnson Destruction of Evidence

Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits

In follow up to Audet & Partners, LLP previous reports on Johnson & Johnson’s alleged systematic destruction of documents related to the safety of its vaginal mesh products, a consumer advocacy group has asked the United States Department of Justice to launch a criminal investigation in hopes that it will result in holding the company accountable for any misdeeds. According to reports, the Corporate Action Network, a consumer advocacy group, has asked Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate whether or not... Read More