Welcome to Critical MassLaw.com’s weekly briefing on class actions and mass torts. I’m Amanda Bronstad in Los Angeles, where it’s always 75 and sunny. In St. Louis, however, things are heating up today, as claims by and on behalf of 22 women – yes, you read that right — are going to trial over whether Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder caused ovarian cancer. Also, find out what the U.S. Chamber’s report said about how courts have been interpreting the “game-changing” Bristol-Myers decision. And Harvey Weinstein pleaded not guilty to criminal charges, but there’s another class action against him.

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