Bayer AG is trying to wiggle out of a $28 million verdict involving Xarelto side effects by saying the plaintiff’s legal team made xenophobic and offensive statements and tried associate the German company with Nazis in the minds of jurors. Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Inc., and Johnson & Johnson unit Janssen Pharmaceuticals cited an Instagram post by plaintiff Lynn Hartman’s legal team that used the hashtag “killinnazis,” and referenced “multiple inflammatory and xenophobic references” made during closing arguments. Hartman’s case is the latest to go to trial in the Xarelto mass tort program in Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas where ... Read More
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