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  • December 04, 2023

    Kraft Heinz Fraudulently Won Insider Trade Suit, Investor Says

    An investor has hit Kraft-Heinz Co. with a fresh stockholder complaint in Delaware Chancery Court, claiming that the court wrongly tossed a prior action alleging similar $1.2 billion insider-trading claims based on fraudulent statements and incomplete evidence regarding Kraft Heinz's executives' purported financial ties to the majority stockholder accused of insider trading.

  • December 04, 2023

    Steel Co. President Faces Arrest For Contempt In ERISA Case

    The president of a steel reinforcing installation company is facing a civil arrest warrant after failing to produce financial records for a union's audit in an unpaid benefits contributions case, with an Oregon federal judge saying the move was necessary because the official still hasn't complied with monetary sanctions.

  • December 04, 2023

    AstraZeneca Criticizes HHS For Bid To Skirt Drug Price Suit

    AstraZeneca has chided the federal government for seeking a quick win against the drugmaker's challenge to the Medicare drug price negotiation program in a recent brief, arguing that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services mistakenly believes it has "absolute authority to unilaterally dictate prices."

  • December 04, 2023

    Pomerantz To Lead Comerica Investors In Card Oversight Suit

    Pomerantz LLP was appointed lead counsel for a proposed class action alleging Comerica and some of its executives misled investors about the company's oversight of vendors and fraud prevention measures for a debit card program used to distribute federal benefits.

  • December 04, 2023

    Justices Told Family's 10th Circ. Benefits Win Subverts ERISA

    United Behavioral Health and a Nokia-owned employee health plan asked the Supreme Court to review a Tenth Circuit decision faulting them for refusing to cover a middle schooler's inpatient mental health treatment and directly awarding a family benefits, arguing the decision defied precedent and contradicted federal benefits law.

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