McNeil to Pay $25M over Contaminated Childrens’ Tylenol

Ava Lawson | April 3rd, 2015

McNeil Consumer Healthcare has agreed to pay a $25 million settlement to resolve claims that it knowingly sold Children’s Tylenol and Children’s Motrin that were contaminated with metal. During the manufacturing process at the company’s Fort Washington plant, the medicines were tainted with particles of nickel, iron and chromium, according to prosecutors. Authorities say the Johnson & Johnson subsidiary was… Read more »