A jury in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of  Pennsylvania on Sept. 29 rendered a verdict for defendant McNeil-PPC, Inc., a unit of Johnson & Johnson, on claims its Children’s Motrin caused a 3-year-old girl to develop Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS), a horrific skin condition that left her blind.

The jury rejected claims from Riley Brown’s parents that the over-the-counter ibuprofen-based drug could be definitively linked to SJS and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN). Riley was 3 years old in 2010 when the severe skin reaction caused her to lose vision and to require multiple eye surgeries.