Our lawyers are working hard to ensure Johnson & Johnson doesn’t use the bankruptcy laws to avoid responsibility for its actions.
“The judge overseeing the bankruptcy of Johnson & Johnson’s subsidiary that holds its talc liabilities is considering a transfer of the proceeding out of North Carolina.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Craig Whitley in Charlotte issued an order on Tuesday instructing the bankrupt entity, LTL Management LLC, to explain why he shouldn’t send the case to another court. His order notes that not only is most of the talc-related litigation against the debtor located in New Jersey, but that is also where LTL and J&J’s principal assets, employees and headquarters are located.”
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