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A Ninth Circuit panel on Friday seemed skeptical that a proposed class action alleging Amgen pushed off-label uses of an anemia drug was filed within the statute of limitations, repeatedly asking whether the clock started running when the plaintiff and others filed a separate suit over the drug’s pricing years earlier.
The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled Friday that American Family Mutual Insurance Co. can depreciate labor costs when calculating actual cash value payments for property losses, answering a certified question from a federal court.
A market leader in consumer drone technology was hit with a putative class action Thursday in Pennsylvania federal court spurred by an allegedly harmful firmware update in December 2015 that rendered certain commercial drones in its "Phantom 2" line unable to record video and take photos.
Two former Division III college basketball champions urged the Ninth Circuit on Friday to revive their proposed class action against a website that sold official NCAA photos, arguing the Copyright Act doesn’t bar them from pursuing their name and likeness rights in NCAA-copyrighted photos.
Two high-ranking employees of HD Supply Holdings Inc.’s former Power Solutions unit launched a class action in Delaware Chancery Court late Thursday claiming their stock compensation did not fully vest as promised when the subsidiary was sold to Anixter International Inc.