By BARRY MEIERPublished: November 25, 2013
New York Times
Patients injured by a flawed hip implant sold by Johnson & Johnson have directed their anger at myriad places over the years. The regulatory system that allowed the product’s sale. The company that repeatedly denied problems with the device. Even the doctors who implanted the hips.
Now, some patients have found a new target for their ire: the legal system and the lawyers they hired to sue Johnson & Johnson.