Conspiracy Charge Stayed in Talcum Powder Lawsuit News
St. Louis County district judge permits conspiracy charge, yet dismisses concert of action charge in recent talcum powder lawsuit news developments.
In an ongoing talcum powder cancer lawsuit, Shawn Blaes v. Johnson & Johnson, et al, U.S. District Judge Ronnie L. White has dismissed a Concert of Action charge filed by the plaintiff. Concert of Action charges assert that two or more companies have agreed to engage in illegal behavior cooperatively. Conspiracy charges allege the defendant knowingly concealed important information from consumers, in this case talcum powder cancer warning information.
Official court documents reveal that the Concert of Action charge has been dismissed, while the Conspiracy charge was allowed to remain against Imery's Talc America and Johnson & Johnson, among other defendants. The case is Michael Blaes vs. Johnson & Johnson, et al, Case 4:14-cv-00213-RLW in Circuit Court of the County of St. Louis, Missouri.
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