Defendants Oppose Efforts to Re-Open Discovery in Asbestos Cosmetic Talcum Powder Action



DOCUMENTS
  • Motion
  • Notice of Removal
  • Opposition
  • Original Complaint


ORLANDO, Fla. –– Defendants named in an asbestos cosmetic talcum powder personal injury lawsuit have opposed the plaintiffs’ request to re-open discovery and extend case management deadlines, arguing that it is clear from the motion that the plaintiffs have “failed to engage in discovery in a reasonably diligent manner.”

In a March 12 opposition brief filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, the defendants –– including Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. –– additionally noted that the efforts are the third time the plaintiff has attempted to “re-do her prosecution of this case.”

Susan Stevenson filed …






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