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A California federal judge on Wednesday entered final judgment awarding Juno Therapeutics and Sloan Kettering enhanced damages of over $389 million while boosting the total award to over $1.1 billion after a jury found that Kite Pharma willfully infringed a patent for a cancer immunotherapy.
Pfizer on Wednesday won an unopposed motion for summary judgment in multidistrict litigation alleging its product Viagra is linked to melanoma, setting the stage for an appeal of a California federal judge's January order excluding key expert testimony, which consumers have vowed to take to the Ninth Circuit.
Banking law and baking don't seem to have much in common, but for a Buckley LLP lawyer who recently appeared on Netflix's "Nailed It!" baking contest show, there is more overlap than meets the eye.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development told a Manhattan federal court on Wednesday it would delay implementing a new rule under fire by public defenders who say it will cut rental assistance for immigrant families with "devastating, permanent" impact.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's chief counsel Matt Platkin has tested positive for COVID-19, a Murphy representative confirmed Wednesday, hours after the governor somberly announced that the Garden State's death toll from the virus had reached 1,504.
Litigants petitioning for U.S. Supreme Court review are seeking additional time to file their reply briefs, citing the massive disruptions the ongoing COVID-19 crisis has caused for client consultations and remote work.
A Florida federal judge refused Wednesday to dismiss a suit accusing LasikPlus of scheming to grab market share from other refractive eye surgery providers by handing out free gifts in exchange for positive online reviews, but he expressed reservations about the strength of the competitors’ claims.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker was hit with a suit Wednesday by several recreational cannabis dispensaries and a medicinal marijuana patient who claim his executive orders shutting down the stores during the COVID-19 pandemic are crushing their businesses and hurting public health.
The Trump administration late Tuesday issued new restrictions on exports of safety masks and gloves to combat the novel coronavirus outbreak, marking its latest use of the Defense Production Act of 1950 to exert control over the medical supply chain.
Lieff Cabraser and Saxena White attorneys representing Wells Fargo & Co. investors in their derivative suit over fake accounts will come away with $52.8 million in fees, a 22% cut of the $240 million settlement they negotiated last year, according to an order issued Tuesday in California federal court.