Oklahoma v. Johnson & Johnson
(Ok., filed October 19, 2020): Arguing that the trial court inappropriately expanded the state’s public nuisance law. The trial court jettisoned traditional limitations on nuisance law and endorsed a public-nuisance theory that would virtually guarantee limitless liability for Oklahoma businesses. The trial court unfairly and unconstitutionally pinned the claimed financial costs of the opioid crisis on a single defendant.
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Lawyers Win Big From J&J Bankruptcy Decision
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