DePuy Orthopedics and its parent company Johnson & Johnson knew in 2008 its ASR metal hip implants were failing early at unusually high rates, but they continued to make the devices for several more months before finally recalling them in August 2010, newly released court documents show. The findings were contained in a number of pretrial depositions and internal company records unsealed before the scheduled start of the first trial over DePuy’s faulty implants on Friday. The case, which will be tried in California Superior Court in Los Angeles under Judge J. Stephen Czuleger. The trial will likely reveal a ... Read More
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