On Tuesday, an Oklahoma court overturned a ruling in a case against Johnson & Johnson for liability in the opioid crisis, and on Wednesday a North Carolina judge put a pause on the thousands of lawsuits accusing the company's baby powder product of containing cancer-causing asbestos. Elizabeth Burch, a professor at the University of Georgia school of law, joined Cheddar to break down the legal results that the pharmaceutical giant had long been hoping to get.