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Justices To Review When Lawmakers Can Intervene In Cases
The U.S. Supreme Court said Wednesday that it will decide whether the North Carolina General Assembly can interv...(read more)
Hagens Berman Stalling Thalidomide Suits Probe, Clients Say
Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP obstructed a special master's investigation into thalidomide birth-defect suits, acting in its own self-interest rather than the clients' interest and trapping them in "litigation limbo," a group of clients said in a Pennsylvania federal court breach of fiduciary duty complaint Wednesday.
Mattel, Investors Cut $98M Deal To End Tax Misstatement Row
A class of investors accusing Mattel and PwC of misleading them by making a $109 million income tax expense understatement and conspiring to conceal the error urged a California federal judge Wednesday to grant preliminary approval of a $98 million settlement deal.
Fed. Circ. Affirms PTAB Ax Of Indivior's Suboxone Patent
A split Federal Circuit panel on Wednesday affirmed a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision invalidating most claims of an Indivior patent on its opioid addiction treatment Suboxone, finding that the patent could not be traced back to an earlier application.
Court Sides With Celebrity Chef In By Chloe Brand Fight
A New York federal judge Wednesday reaffirmed a year-and-a-half-old arbitration decision that celebrity chef Chloe Coscarelli is entitled to a half share of her By Chloe restaurant chain now that the business has emerged from a COVID-caused bankruptcy.
NFL, Rams Sign $790M Deal With St. Louis Over Move To LA
The National Football League and the Los Angeles Rams have struck a $790 million deal to end a four-year-old lawsuit brought by the city and county of St. Louis over the Rams' 2016 relocation to Southern California, the municipalities announced Wednesday.
Alberta Plans Keystone XL Trade Claim Against US
Alberta's energy minister said Wednesday that the Canadian province will take the U.S. to arbitration over President Joe Biden yanking the Keystone XL pipeline's permit, two days after developer TC Energy Corp. launched its own arbitration claim.
Columbia U. Settles COVID-19 Tuition Refund Suit For $12.5M
Columbia University has agreed to pay $12.5 million to resolve a lawsuit seeking tuition and fee reimbursements in the wake of coronavirus-spurred campus closures, according to a settlement proposal filed in New York federal court.
Convicted Ex-Insys Execs Must Pay $43.8M To Victims
Federal prosecutors in the Insys Therapeutics Inc. opioid kickback case won a fight over how much the founder and former executives owe victims, as a Boston federal judge on Tuesday ordered up the $43.8 million restitution sum requested by the government.
Cadwalader Matches Cravath's Year-End Bonus Scale
Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP says it is awarding big bucks to associates aligned with a hefty bonus scale set by Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP and matched by two other firms, kicking off the year-end bonus season.
Ex-PlayStation Worker Accuses Sony Of Gender Bias
A former employee for the Sony arm responsible for the PlayStation gaming console hit the company with gender discrimination claims, claiming in a lawsuit that Sony tolerates and cultivates a work environment in which women are paid less and denied promotions more often than their male counterparts.
Holmes Admits Adding Pfizer Logo To Reports For Walgreens
Elizabeth Holmes expressed regret during her day-long examination in her criminal fraud trial Tuesday over mistakes she made while serving as Theranos' CEO, including adding Pfizer and Schering-Plough logos to Theranos validation reports before sending them to Walgreens' executives, but she defended her actions as well-intended.
Pfizer Says Employee Stole Confidential Docs On COVID Vax
Pfizer Inc. said Tuesday that it was investigating a longtime employee who it believes downloaded thousands of documents containing confidential information, some of which is related to the pharmaceutical giant's COVID-19 vaccine, according to a suit filed in California federal court.
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