A California federal judge on Monday reduced an $80 million verdict against Monsanto to $25 million, calling the...(read more)
Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Ethicon hid the possible painful, lifelong complications of using its surgical mesh devices from the day they were launched, California said during opening statements in the first trial on a state attorney general’s claims that J&J falsely marketed its mesh.
An attorney for four people with mesothelioma told a New Jersey jury during opening statements Monday that asbestos concealed in Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products caused his clients' cancers, while the company's counsel countered that none of the quartet show the hallmarks of asbestos exposure.
The Trump administration moved to bar most asylum claims at the southwest border by issuing a regulation Monday that would strip asylum eligibility from migrants trying to enter the U.S. through a country besides their own.
President Donald Trump inked an executive order Monday aimed at boosting the government’s purchases of U.S.-made products, marking the president's latest effort to advance his 'Buy American' initiative.
The Eighth Circuit ruled Monday that mortgage lender PrimeLending can't arbitrate a proposed collective action accusing it of stiffing workers on overtime pay, finding there wasn't enough evidence that the lead plaintiff agreed to be bound by an arbitration clause in the company's electronic employee handbook.
Dozens of women who were part of the class dissolved by the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark Dukes decision were dealt another setback in their long-running quest to pursue pay discrimination claims against Wal-Mart when a Florida federal judge ordered them to refile a pair of group lawsuits as 79 individual cases.
Bankrupt drugmaker Insys Therapeutics Inc. reached a deal with a group of government entities seeking representation in its Chapter 11 case Monday by proposing the formation of a limited-purpose committee of local agencies that will be able to participate in plan negotiations.
A London public relations executive expected to take the stand as a prosecution witness at the upcoming trial of former Skadden partner Gregory Craig registered Friday with the U.S. Department of Justice as a foreign agent of Ukraine.
The government sparred with sex-trafficking suspect Jeffrey Epstein at a bail hearing on Monday, decrying his "offensive" arguments it said minimized the charges — arguments punctuated by pleas to jail him from two women who say Epstein had victimized them.
Financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein paid $350,000 in a possible attempt to influence two potential witnesses in his sex trafficking case, New York federal prosecutors said Friday, adding that more women alleging they were Epstein's victims have come forward.