The company continues to maintain that its products do not cause cancer after a state court in Missouri sided with 22 women who developed ovarian cancer.
The subpoenas are related to litigation involving alleged asbestos contamination in Johnson & Johnson's Baby Powder product line.
The verdict is the largest J&J has faced to date over allegations that its talc-based products cause cancer.
The company faces almost 5,000 lawsuits claiming its talc-based products are harmful.
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