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  • September 21, 2023

    Designer Alleges Racism, Threats Backstage On Lizzo Tour

    A fashion designer who created custom pieces for Lizzo's dancers on tour claims she was threatened, denied medical care and subjected to racial and sexual harassment while on the job, according to a new lawsuit lodged Thursday against the Grammy-winning pop star and her touring company.

  • September 21, 2023

    Cities Score Class Cert. In Rate-Rigging Suit Against Banks

    A New York federal judge on Thursday granted class certification to a group of American cities that are accusing eight large banks of inflating interest rates on debt securities known as variable rate demand obligations, overruling the banks' arguments that the cities couldn't show common issues prevailed among the different plaintiffs.

  • September 21, 2023

    Calif. Sues 'Predatory' Clinics Over 'Abortion Pill Reversal'

    California Attorney General Rob Bonta on Thursday accused several "crisis pregnancy centers" of falsely advertising an unproven and experimental procedure that supposedly reverses a medication abortion, claiming the procedure is risky and slamming the clinics for being "predatory."

  • September 21, 2023

    Google Judge Questions Need For Health Tracking Injunction

    A California federal judge on Thursday appeared disinclined to block Google LLC from tracking user analytics from health care providers' websites while users litigate their allegations the tech giant is unlawfully gathering patient health information, saying the plaintiffs haven't shown that Google is misusing the information.

  • September 21, 2023

    Gilead Sciences Gets Initial OK On $247M HIV Antitrust Deal

    A California federal judge on Thursday granted preliminary approval to Gilead's deal to pay the direct purchasers of its HIV medications $246.8 million to end claims the pharmaceutical company cut a deal with Teva to delay generic versions, saying considering the litigation risks, "the settlement is a reasonable one."

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