Johnson & Johnson, the U.S. drugmaker forced to recall children’s Tylenol and other over-the-counter pediatric medicines, has been sued in federal court here by consumers unhappy with the company’s plan to offer coupons or replacement products to those who bought the affected drugs. In five complaints filed this week in U.S. District Court for Northern Illinois, six consumers accuse J&J of fraud and racketeering for not recalling all of its children’s drugs and for not offering consumers an opportunity to fully recover their out-of-pocket payments.
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