Johnson & Johnson appeal rejected, ordered to pay $8.3 M in metal hip lawsuit

Johnson & Johnson’s appeal on an earlier jury decision has been rejected, and the company has been ordered to pay the $8.3 million verdict issued in the DePuy hip replacement lawsuit it faced in March. Other companies facing hip lawsuits include BioMet for its M2a Magnum hip replacement.

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