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Ga. Jury Hits Ford With $1.7B Verdict In Rollover Trial
A Georgia jury awarded $1.7 billion in punitive damages against Ford Motor Co. on Friday in a design defect case...(read more)
11th Circ. Wrongly Nixed Ga. Election Change, Justices Say
In an unusual ruling Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court revived a Georgia federal court's ruling to enjoin the alleg...(read more)
Bill Paxton's Family Settles Death Suit With Hospital, Surgeon
The widow and children of the late actor Bill Paxton told a California judge on Friday that they have reached a settlement resolving their wrongful death lawsuit against the Los Angeles hospital and the surgeon who performed heart surgery on Paxton shortly before his death in 2017.
Calif. Justices Say 'Michael' Album Promo Not SLAPP-Proof
A note on the back of a posthumous Michael Jackson album touting the tracks as the King of Pop's, despite featuring a sound-alike vocalist, is not speech that is protected by the First Amendment, the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday, even though Jackson's estate and Sony already settled the case.
Vanessa Bryant Tells Jury She Feels Betrayed By Crash Pics
Vanessa Bryant fought through sobs Friday while telling a California federal jury she feels betrayed by Los Angeles County first responders who shared photos of the remains of her husband, Kobe Bryant, and their daughter following a helicopter crash, saying she filed her lawsuit to get answers about how it happened.
Gilstrap Won't Save PNC From $218M USAA Patent Loss
U.S. District Judge Rodney Gilstrap has denied PNC Bank's bid to scrap United Services Automobile Association's $218 million jury infringement verdict win against it, rejecting PNC's argument that the infringement claims are barred due to prosecution history estoppel and USAA's alleged bad faith.
Sen. Graham Can't Delay Ga. Grand Jury Testimony
A Georgia federal judge on Friday ruled that U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham can't delay his appearance before a special purpose grand jury investigating whether former President Donald Trump and others attempted to influence the outcome of the 2020 election in Georgia.
Suit Says Vinyl Record Co. Went Digital Despite Analog Claims
A Chicago vinyl record producer hid the fact that it has been using a digital process to help make its records for at least a decade, rather than only using original analog tapes, according to a proposed class action filed in Illinois federal court.
DC Circ. Rules DOJ Improperly Redacted Russia Probe Memo
The U.S. Department of Justice improperly shielded a memo to then-Attorney General Bill Barr related to whether former President Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice during the special counsel probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election, a D.C. Circuit panel ruled Friday.
Tesla's Near Silence On Legal Chief Stirs Disclosure Concerns
Tesla Inc. has spent weeks refusing to clear up a murky situation surrounding the role of its onetime legal chief, but experts are split on when the publicly traded company owes it to investors to tell them what happened.
Lanier On $650M Opioid Win: I'd Have Settled For 'A Lot' Less
Following a $650 million opioid trial triumph Wednesday against CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens and Walmart, lead plaintiffs counsel W. Mark Lanier told Law360 that the pharmacies "could have settled so much cheaper than this, it's not even funny," and that while the appeal process could take years, he's "not too panicked" about the chains' chances.
Endo Noteholders Say Alternative Ch. 11 Plan Needed
Creditors of Endo International told a New York bankruptcy judge Thursday that they will seek to file an alternative to Endo's proposed Chapter 11 sale, as the drugmaker made its first court appearance in its bankruptcy case.
Nicotine Firm Gets First-Ever Warning For Marketing Gummies
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday issued a first-ever "warning letter" for marketing nicotine gummies, which the agency said are of concern because of their resemblance to certain candies and the potential for nicotine toxicity or death among children.
Elanco Judge Says Jurists 'Are Not Pigs, Hunting For Truffles'
An Indiana federal judge has dismissed, for now, an Elanco Animal Health investor's securities suit alleging the company engaged in "channel-stuffing" and hid anticipated revenue drops due to inventory backlogs, saying the plaintiff didn't clearly lay out misleading statements and warning, "'Judges are not pigs, hunting for truffles buried in briefs.'"
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