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Topomax Class Action

Merchant Law Group LLP is pursuing Canada-wide class action litigation against Johnson & Johnson as manufacturer of the drug TOPAMAX (active ingredient: Topiramate) on behalf of Canadians who used Topamax and suffered certain medical side effects (detailed below).

This class action seeks financial compensation for affected individuals who were prescribed and ingested Topamax in Canada, and while taking Topamax:
(1) experienced angle closure glaucoma,
– OR –
(2) gave birth to a child with a cleft lip and/or cleft palate.

[Topamax is normally prescribed for the treatment of migraines and epilepsy.]

Please note, joining our contact list for the Topamax Class Action creates no financial obligation for you and your information will be kept confidential. (If you have previously joined our contact list for this class action and your address or other contact information has changed, you may update your contact information on our list by completing the form below.)

Merchant Law Group LLP has 10 offices across Canada, with lawyers practising law in six provinces. Merchant Law Group LLP and Tony Merchant, Q.C. are well known for pursuing class action lawsuits in Canada including litigation regarding Winners/HomeSense, GM Gasket Manifolds, Maple Leaf, Celebrex/Bextra, Vioxx, Sony, Residential Schools and various other cases. Tony Merchant, Q.C. is known to be one of Canada’s most active litigators with more than 600 reported cases in leading Caselaw Journals, having argued thousands of cases before the Canadian and American Courts, in Trial and Administrative Courts, and the Courts of Appeal of various American and Canadian jurisdictions, the Federal Court of Canada, and the Supreme Court of Canada. Tony Merchant, Q.C., has a long history in pursuing public policy cases and is a former Member of the Legislative Assembly (M.L.A.)

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