SALEM, Ore. — Johnson & Johnson troubles over a series of recalled over-the-counter medications continued this week with Oregon filing a lawsuit alleging that Johnson & Johnson and two of its subsidiaries — McNeil-PPC and McNeil Healthcare — exposed consumers to defective supplies of Motrin by delaying public disclosure of the problem for more than a year before finally conducting a public recall in 2010. Instead of an immediate public recall, Johnson & Johnson and its ...

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