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J&J To Put Johnson’s Bedtime Dispute To Rest With $5m Settlement

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Pending final approval in Illinois district court, Johnson & Johnson will pay $5m into a class action fund to settle litigation challenging “clinically proven” sleep claims attached to Johnson’s Baby Bedtime products.

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