German quality-control company ordered to pay damages in PIP implants case

11/15/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A French court ordered TUV Rheinland, a German quality-control firm, to pay damages in the case of breast implants made by Poly Implants Prothèses. The implants, filled with a commercial-grade silicone, received European Union safety certificates from the German company. TUV was ordered to pay about $4,000 each to 1,600 victims.

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