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A&M Metals Processing LLC on Thursday urged a Florida federal court not to dismiss its suit against waste company Stericycle Inc. over 4 million pounds of biomedical waste that it claims was wrongly delivered to A&M's Tampa facility, saying it has properly pled its breach of contract and other claims.
An attorney for Schlumberger Ltd. subsidiary M-I LLC, which operates as M-I SWACO, told jurors during closing arguments Friday that had the company's former employee left to work for its competitor in “the right way,” a lawsuit over its trade secrets that has dragged on for nearly three years wouldn't have been necessary.
China Airlines' cargo division is facing two lawsuits filed last week alleging it was negligent in shipping $2 million worth of biotech materials that were damaged during their trip from Chicago to Shanghai in February 2015.
Former executives of Lemon LLC told a Delaware Chancery judge Friday that a suit over intellectual property brought by LifeLock Inc. should be tossed because the same issues have been raised in a California action that has been stayed in that venue, arguing that Delaware precedent prevents overlapping litigation.
An Ohio federal court Thursday upheld a $1.3 million arbitration award to a Chinese clothing manufacturer, saying the arbiter acted within the law and her authority.