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An epidemiologist hired by a dying woman who contends that Johnson & Johnson and Colgate-Palmolive's talcum products contained cancer-causing asbestos told a California jury on Wednesday it "makes sense" that asbestos exposure in the woman's teens would cause her mesothelioma decades later.
Monsanto asked a California appeals court Tuesday to reverse a $78.5 million verdict awarded to a school groundskeeper who claimed Roundup weedkiller caused his lymphoma in the first landmark trial over the herbicide’s alleged cancer risks.
The Federal Trade Commission said Wednesday that it has sued Surescripts in D.C. federal court over allegations that the company uses contract terms and other tactics to illegally maintain its monopoly over electronic prescription services.
The former Standard & Poor's analyst who blames his mom for telling friends about a secret 2016 merger can't call another mom to testify at his insider trading trial, U.S. District Judge S. Rakoff ruled Wednesday.
A Los Angeles jury has awarded a former bowling alley owner’s family $4.4 million in a suit against Honeywell after finding that asbestos supplied by the company as filler for bowling balls caused the owner’s mesothelioma and death.
With his latest push against congressional investigations of his finances, his response to the Russia investigation and other actions by the White House, President Donald Trump appears to be trying to run out the clock before the 2020 election rather than waging a substantive legal fight likely to prevail in court.
Facebook expects to be fined between $3 billion and $5 billion by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for privacy lapses, in what would dwarf previous penalties the agency has given to technology giants, the company said Wednesday.
A New Jersey federal judge on Wednesday cut five months from the original 18-month sentence imposed on a onetime appointee of ex-Gov. Chris Christie for a plot to orchestrate a traffic jam at the George Washington Bridge, five months after the Third Circuit scaled back the convictions of the former aide and a co-defendant.
A Massachusetts appeals court on Wednesday handed a win to the Winklevoss twins, upholding the dismissal of a suit by a fellow social media software developer who said he was owed half of their $65 million Facebook settlement consisting of company stock and $20 million in cash.
The Democrat-led U.S. House of Representatives has asked a D.C. federal court to block the Trump administration from using an emergency declaration to spend beyond what Congress appropriated to build a wall on the southern border.