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States subpoena J&J information

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Johnson & Johnson reveals multiple state attorneys general are seeking documents related to the April McNeil Consumer Healthcare recalls of Children's Tylenol and other pediatric liquid OTCs. Company officials said during a recent earnings call that the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania issued a grand jury subpoena related to the McNeil recalls (1"The Tan Sheet" July 26, 2010). The company said Aug. 11 in its fiscal 2010 second-quarter Security Exchange Commission filing that it has received civil investigative demands from other states as well. The firm does not expect the legal proceedings to adversely impact its financial condition

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