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  • January 19, 2017

    Bio-Rad CEO Tells Jury He Backdated Fired Exec's Review

    Bio-Rad's CEO admitted in a California federal court Thursday that he answered a Sarbanes-Oxley complaint brought by the company's general counsel by giving the U.S. Department of Labor a backdated review of the fired lawyer.

  • January 19, 2017

    Monsanto Can't Keep Ex-Atty Out Of Syngenta MDL

    A Kansas federal magistrate judge shot down Monsanto’s “implied request” to exclude its former longtime in-house attorney from serving as a witness in multidistrict litigation over Syngenta’s allegedly false promotion of genetically modified corn, holding Thursday that the deposition will go forward, but the company’s counsel can attend to object or advise the ex-employee.

  • January 19, 2017

    DOJ Narrows Paths To Immunity For Antitrust Crimes

    The U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division’s leniency program is unique — no other DOJ component offers similar nonprosecution protections for corporations or individuals. Therefore, new guidance released this week limiting pathways to leniency could be seen as part of the outgoing Obama administration’s desire to render this program less of an outlier, say attorneys with Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP.

  • January 19, 2017

    Del. Libel Claims Go Forward In Board 'Fight Letter' Suit

    A pared-down libel suit will go ahead against an association battling another investor group for control of a telecommunication license investment company, under a Delaware Chancery Court ruling Thursday that rejected a defense based on a law limiting “strategic” lawsuits.

  • January 19, 2017

    Fox Can’t Dodge Netflix Counterfire In Exec Poaching Suit

    The California judge overseeing Twentieth Century Fox’s claims that Netflix improperly poached executives tentatively ruled on Thursday that Fox can’t dodge cross-claims that its employment agreements amount to “involuntary servitude,” rejecting arguments that Netflix’s countersuit targets conduct protected by the state’s anti-SLAPP law.

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