J&J CEO Should Be Forced to Testify, Teen’s Lawyers SayJef Feeley and Margaret Cronin Fisk
Johnson & Johnson’s top executive should be forced to testify about claims that the company illegally marketed the antipsychotic drug Risperdal, which allegedly caused boys to grow breasts, lawyers for a teenager suing the drugmaker said in a court filing.
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