NOVEMBER 2015 – Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon Prosima device is the center of a trial in progress currently in Dallas. The testimony stated that although medical professionals were aware that there are safer natural alternatives to the mesh product, doctors proceeded to permanently implant a temporary vaginal support device that may be defective. Ethicon’s victims,

Judge Joseph Goodwin, the federal judge in charge of overseeing multidistrict litigation involving transvaginal mesh and sling products, has moved to consolidate more than a dozen such lawsuits for jury trial this November. The decision came on June 12th, when he consolidated 26 transvaginal mesh lawsuits into a single trial which is set to begin

Recently, a judge found Ethicon, a division of Johnson & Johnson, liable for injuries that their Transvaginal Mesh Tape (TVT) Abbrevo caused one patient. The woman, identified as Coleen Perry, has been awarded $700,000 in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages. The jury that was chosen to preside over the case deliberated for