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Johnson & Johnson’s “Bad Faith” Bankruptcy Attempts to Circumvent Jury Trial in Talc Cases

Lawyers connected to the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) talcum-based baby powder lawsuits are calling the company’s filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy a “masquerade,” according to Law360. Attorneys are criticizing J&J for its transparent attempt to shield itself from liability claims. The move has several potential consequences for plaintiffs in these lawsuits, including a delay in litigation.

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Spartan Capital Securities and Alzamend Neuro, Inc. (ALZN): Multi-Million Dollar Claim Filed Against Spartan

The Levin Papantonio Rafferty law firm has filed a claim in FINRA Arbitration against Spartan Capital Securities regarding sale of Alzamend Neuro (ALZN) stock to a customer of Spartan. The claim seeks multiple millions of dollars of damages. Levin Papantonio Rafferty is interested in speaking with other investors who were sold Alzamend stock by their Spartan Capital Securities broker or financial advisor or other brokers and broker dealers.

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Johnson & Johnson Talc Lawsuits Move to New Jersey

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Craig Whitley in Charlotte, North Carolina ordered that tens of thousands of lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson be moved to New Jersey, according to a November 10, 2021 report from Reuters. Judge Whitley explained that his decision hinged on two factors: the fact that Johnson & Johnson is headquartered in New Jersey and the fact that a substantial amount of the country’s talc litigation is happening there.

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Philips' CPAP Repair Plan Could Take A Year to Wrap Up

Philips’ quarterly report offers encouraging words that the company’s CPAP repair and replacement program is “underway.” Some users will have to wait up to a year to benefit from the plan, the report continues.

The company further informs that it has produced around 750,000 replacement devices and repair kits. More than 250,000 are actually in consumers’ hands.

The delay in receiving new devices has been a point of frustration for users.

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How the J & J Bankruptcy Could Affect Talc Cancer Lawsuits

Plaintiffs in talc cancer lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson have had a white-knuckle time of it after hearing the company’s plans to file bankruptcy. If you are among the worriers, you should know that your legal action remains alive and well. However, J&J’s maneuverings could change some aspects of how your case is handled.

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Superior Court Judge Sets Dates for First U.S. Zantac Trials

Superior Court Judge Evelio Grillo for the County of Alameda, who oversees the California Ranitidine Product Cases Judicial Council Coordinated Proceedings (JCCP), has set a trial date of October 10, 2022, for the first cancer case trial. Drug makers Sanofi, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Boehringer Ingelheim, and Chattem will move forward as defendants. Although the JCCP functions similarly to a federal multidistrict litigation (MDL), these cases are adjudicated within the California state court system.

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Lawsuits Filed for CION Investment Corp. (CIC) Investment Losses

The Levin Papantonio Rafferty law firm currently represents customers in claims to recover their investment losses in CION Investment Corp. On Tuesday, October 5, the shares of CION Investment Corp. began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “CION.” Unfortunately for investors, shares closed trading on October 5 at $11.85 – representing a loss of over 40% of the principal for investors who purchased shares of CION at $10/share (shares underwent a reverse share split in September, resulting in an approximate halving of investors shares).

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FDA Requires New Warnings for Xeljanz and Other Arthritis Medicines Due to Heart Risks

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a Drug Safety Communication (DSC) regarding the arthritis and ulcerative colitis drug Xeljanz (and Xeljanz XR), otherwise known as tofacitinib. After studying the results of a large, randomized safety clinical trial of the medicine, the agency stated there was evidence of “serious heart-related events,” including heart attack, stroke, cancer, blood clots, and death.

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Claims Filed Regarding Former Sarasota Financial Advisor Marc Korsch for Sale of Allegedly Speculative and High-Risk REITs and Illiquid Investments to Retirees

The Levin Papantonio Rafferty law firm announced today that it has filed claims on behalf of retiree investors who are former clients of Sarasota-area Financial Advisor Marc Korsch and NAV Advisors. According to his FINRA Brokercheck report, Mr. Korsch’s securities registration terminated last week on Friday, September 3 – which may leave clients stuck with illiquid investments that they cannot sell.

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