J&J Loses First Trial on Warnings of Levaquin RiskMargaret Cronin Fisk and Beth Hawkins
Johnson & Johnson must pay $1.1 million in punitive damages to an 82-year-old man who claimed it failed to properly warn of the risks of tendon damage linked to its antibiotic Levaquin, a Minnesota jury said.
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