Finding the Smoking Gun

A junior personal injury lawyer stumbles on the most explosive piece of evidence yet.

09/22/2015 05:37 am ET

On December 14, 2006, Stephen Sheller filed his first case against Johnson & Johnson. The client was a New Jersey boy who had taken Risperdal beginning in 2001. When he had met the boy and his mother, Sheller thought the case would be about diabetes and weight gain. But then she and her son became traumatized by his growing breasts, and in August 2004, he had radical surgery to remove them.


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