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Senate Judiciary Committee Deadlocks On 9th Circ. Pick
The Senate Judiciary Committee deadlocked on Jennifer Sung's nomination to the Ninth Circuit on Thursday, markin...(read more)
Eli Lilly Must Pay Royalties In Diabetes Drug Row, Judge Says
A federal judge has determined that Eli Lilly owes an Arizona company a portion of the billions of dollars in sa...(read more)
Venue Change On Table For J&J Talc Unit's Ch. 11
A North Carolina bankruptcy judge is pondering moving the Chapter 11 case of the Johnson & Johnson spinoff holding the company's talc liability to New Jersey or Delaware, saying his court may not be the best place to decide if the bankruptcy can stop talc suits against the parent company.
Texas AG Must Face Whistleblower Suit, Appeals Court Rules
An Austin appellate court panel Thursday ruled Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton must face whistleblower claims launched by former top aides who allege they were fired for reporting abuses of power, rejecting Paxton's claim he is immune from the Texas Whistleblower Act.
Fla. OKs Rule On Judicial Referrals Of Atty Misconduct
The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday adopted a new Florida Bar rule that ensures that any attorney discipline complaints from judges will be reviewed by the high court even if the bar has determined a lack of probable cause.
Senate Confirms 3rd Judge To Western District Of Washington
The Senate voted Thursday to confirm Tana Lin to the bench of the Western District of Washington, the third judge confirmed to that court since President Joe Biden took office.
Trump, Jan. 6 Panel Agree To Fast-Track Riot Records Suit
Former President Donald Trump, the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection, and the National Archives shared with a D.C. federal judge Thursday a speedy schedule for preliminary injunction proceedings in Trump's bid to block release of his White House records related to the attack on the U.S. Capitol.
CFPB Targets Amazon, Facebook, Others In Payments Probe
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has ordered a group of tech giants including Amazon, Facebook and Google to turn over information related to their payments-related systems and products, giving the companies just under two months to hand over the details as part of a consumer protection sweep announced Thursday.
CFTC Hands Down Record $200M Whistleblower Award
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission said Thursday that it has awarded nearly $200 million to a whistleblower whose information also led to successful enforcement by two other regulators, although one commissioner has qualms with the size of the bounty.
Kramer Levin, Gibson Dunn Set January Office Reopenings
Two BigLaw firms this week informed employees of new reopening targets and strategies set in early January for some of their U.S.-based locations, joining other firms in waiting until the new year before officially returning to offices.
UK, France, Spain, Italy To Repeal Digital Services Tax
The United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain and Austria issued a joint statement Thursday saying they will repeal their digital services taxes following the conclusion of talks by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development to reform the international tax system.
'Mix-And-Match' COVID-19 Boosters Win FDA Clearance
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved the emergency use of "mix-and-match" COVID-19 vaccine boosters, meaning eligible individuals can get a booster shot of a vaccine that's different from the vaccine they initially received.
Holmes Was Coached By Marketing Firms, Jury Told
A California federal jury hearing the criminal fraud case against former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes viewed emails Wednesday showing that she was coached by marketing firms about what to say to journalists and how to avoid unwelcome questions that are "needlessly controversial."
Split 9th Circ. Upends ICE Detention Virus Safety Order
A split Ninth Circuit panel upended a district court order directing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to evaluate and potentially release thousands of immigrant detainees who are at a higher risk of contracting, or dying from, COVID-19, saying Wednesday that the nationwide directive went too far.
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