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Mealey's Antitrust/Unfair Competition - Johnson & Johnson Must Pay $343.9M For California Pelvic Mesh Consumer Violations

SAN DIEGO - A California state court judge on Jan. 30 ordered Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and Ethicon Inc. to pay civil penalties of $343.99 million for deceptively marketing pelvic mesh devices in violation of California's unfair competition law (UCL) in a way that was likely to deceive doctors and consumers about the "risks and dangers" of the products (California v. Johnson & Johnson, et al., No. 37-2016-00017229-CU-MC-CTL, Calif. Super., San Diego Co., Central Branch).
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