Plaintiffs in Dismissed Talc Class Action Suit Maintain They Have Sufficiently Alleged Injury-In-Fact



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  • Reply Brief


PHILADELPHIA –– Plaintiffs appealing the dismissal of their talcum powder class action lawsuit have filed a reply brief in the matter, maintaining that they have sufficiently alleged an injury-in-fact since the plaintiffs paid money for a product they would have otherwise kept for themselves if the alleged dangers related to talcum powder use were known.

In the April reply brief filed in the 3rd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, the plaintiffs further noted that when making its ruling, the District Court did not have the guidance of the 3rd Circuit’s decision in Cottrell v. Alcon Laboratories, in which the appellate …






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