Will Fines Change Corporate Culture That Caused Opioid Crisis?
An Oklahoma judge order Johnson & Johnson (J&J) subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals to pay a $572 million fine to the state for fueling the opioid crisis. This was the first case of its kind to go to trial and could influence similar claims by more than 40 states against the pharmaceutical industry. “As a matter of […]
Sheller Joins Phila. in Suit Against Opioid Manufacturers
Sheller PC is one of five private law firms assisting the city of Philadelphia’s Law Department in its suit against pharmaceutical companies attempting to hold them accountable for the current opioid crisis. Five pharmaceutical companies are named in the suit: Allergan, Janssen (a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson and manufacturer of Risperdal), Endo, Cephalon, and […]