Oklahoma Supreme Court Throws Out $465 Million Opioid Ruling Against J.&J.

Oklahoma’s highest court on Tuesday threw out a ruling that required Johnson & Johnson to pay the state $465 million for its role in the opioid epidemic. It was the second time this month that a court has invalidated a key legal strategy used by plaintiffs in thousands of cases attempting to hold the pharmaceutical industry responsible for…

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