Supreme Court ruling results in talc lawsuit mistrial

June 19, 2017
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis judge has declared a mistrial in a talcum powder trial after the U.S. Supreme Court placed limits on where injury lawsuits could be filed. Justices on Monday ruled that state courts cannot hear claims against companies not based in the state where alleged injuries occurred. The case involved […]

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