A sales representatives for Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc., a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, were ordered to undergo a midtrial deposition by a Pennsylvania state judge to determine whether she tried to sway a doctor’s testimony in an upcoming trial alleging Janssen’s blood thinner Xarelto caused a man’s internal bleeding. Attorneys for plaintiff Lynn Hartman asked the judge for the deposition after they became suspicious over the timing of the drug rep’s visit to the doctor before his deposition in April, and the fact that Janssen failed to disclose the contact until just weeks before the trial was to begin on ... Read More
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