Category: Johnson & Johnson
Here's a look at some of the top mergers & acquisitions stories for medical device companies this week: Will Stryker bid on Smith & Nephew this week?: J&J demands $7.2 billion from Boston Scientific as trial begins; Will Orange County's medtech scene lose its juice without Allergan?; BD-CareFusion deal passes US anti-trust waiting period; Sources: Stryker weighs bid for Smith & Nephew
, Becton Dickinson & Co.
, Boston Scientific
, CareFusion Corp.
, Guidant Corp.
, Johnson & Johnson
, Smith & Nephew
, Stryker Corp.
, Valeant Pharmaceuticals
, Allergan Inc.
Here's a look at some of the top legal news stories for medical device companies this week: J&J demands $7.2 billion from Boston Scientific as trial begins; Bard still on the hook for its share of $5m pelvic mesh verdict; Boston Scientific to pay $18.5m in pelvic mesh case; Justice Dept. recoups $6B in False Claims Act cases
Back-to-back losses in pelvic mesh lawsuits could drive up the cost – and urgency – of settling thousands of other such cases for Boston Scientific, legal experts say.
Johnson & Johnson wants a federal judge to make Boston Scientific cough up some $7.2 billion - 40% of Boston's market cap - over J&J's jilting by Guidant Corp.
Johnson & Johnson wants more than $5 billion in damages from Boston Scientific in a lawsuit brought over its 2006 jilting by Guidant Corp.
Here's a look at some of the top legal news stories for medical device companies this week: BD owes $340m to Retractable Technologies in anti-trust case; Feds indict Vascular Solutions, CEO over Vari-Lase; Federal jury begins deliberations in Boston Scientific mesh trial; Boston Scientific ordered to pay $26.7 million over mesh devices; Judge dismisses 76 Ethicon pelvic mesh lawsuits in Texas
A federal judge dismisses 76 product liability lawsuits filed against Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon subsidiary over its Gynecare Prolift pelvic floor repair system.
A federal judge in Texas this week tossed 76 product liability lawsuits brought against JNJ Ethicon subsidiary over its Gynecare Prolift pelvic floor repair system, ruling that his court has no jurisdiction over the out-of-state plaintiffs.