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Johnson & Johnson Agrees To $700 Million Settlement

By Danielle

Johnson & Johnson has agreed to pay $700 million in a settlement to resolve allegations that it misled customers about the safety of its talcum-based powder products.

The company reached the agreement with 42 U.S. states and Washington D.C.

“Attorney General Kwame Raoul, as part of a bipartisan group of 43 attorneys general, today announced a nationwide settlement with Johnson & Johnson (J&J) to resolve allegations the company deceptively promoted and misled consumers in advertisements related to the safety and purity of some talcum powder products, including baby powder and body powder,” a press release from Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul’s office stated.

“Consumers rely on accurate information when making decisions about which products to purchase for their families. Any company – no matter how large – must be held accountable when laws protecting consumers are broken and their trust is violated. I will continue to work to ensure consumers are protected from false advertising, scams and dangerous products in the marketplace,” Raoul said.

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