The ruling, by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Maren Nelson, reverses the $417 million verdict against J&J which was awarded to California resident Eva Echeverria in August 2017.
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According to Judge Nelson, during the trial in August both sides failed to provide sufficient evidence and their arguments contained errors.
Attorneys for Echeverria said they plan to file an appeal immediately.
Currently, J&J states that there are some 4,800 pending lawsuits all alleging related claims of cancer stemming from the use of its talc-powder products. Those cases are being heard in California and Missouri.
Last week, a $72 million talc powder jury verdict against J&J talc powder was thrown out by a Missouri appellate court.