Oklahoma Supreme Court Overturns Historic Opioid Ruling Against J&J – Community News
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Oklahoma Supreme Court Overturns Historic Opioid Ruling Against J&J

Still, the opinions could influence plaintiffs in determining how to advocate for their businesses or communities considering joining the national settlement announced in July, Burch said. Johnson & Johnson agreed to contribute up to $5 billion in a $26 billion deal with its three largest distributors, McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen, to resolve thousands of opioid claims. At least eight states have rejected a deal with J&J.