Taking popular aromas like 'Country Apple' and 'Sea Breeze,' Jessica Pettway reimagines what they would look like if interpreted literally (and with a sprinkle of irony). This portfolio appears in VICE
Johnson & Johnson will reportedly launch an appeal after they were ordered Friday to pay $300 million in punitive damages to a woman who alleged that her cancer associated with asbestos was triggered the
Jury award is among largest in cases accusing company’s talc products of cancer risks; J&J says it will appeal A New York state court jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $300 million in punitive damages
A New York state court jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $300 million in punitive damages to a woman who claimed her use of the health-products company’s talc powder caused an asbestos-linked cancer.
A New York state jury on Tuesday awarded $25 million to a woman who alleged that asbestos in Johnson & Johnson’s talcum-powder-based products caused her to develop cancer, while jurors in a similar case
Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay at least $25 million to a woman who said she contracted a rare asbestos-related cancer through decades of daily use of its baby powder or its other talc product, Shower