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  • April 28, 2017

    Law Firm Secretary Suing For OT Did Exec Work, Jury Hears

    The founding partner of a boutique Los Angeles firm cross-examined a former secretary Friday in California court over claims he shorted her $140,000 in overtime pay, questioning her duties at the firm and laying the groundwork for a possible defense that she was an executive and therefore not due overtime.

  • April 28, 2017

    Atty Deception Kills Pharma Whistleblower Suit, Judge Rules

    A Massachusetts federal judge on Friday sanctioned a whistleblower’s attorneys for misconduct in a suit alleging false claims to Medicare by tossing the case, ruling that the complaint wouldn’t have survived the dismissal phase had it not relied on unethically sourced evidence.

  • April 28, 2017

    NHL Not Backing Down Despite Loss On Concussion Docs

    Even though the National Hockey League lost its bid to obtain underlying research materials from Boston University's CTE Center, the league appears as aggressive as ever in defending against a proposed class action by former players who say the NHL failed to warn them of the long-term risks of repeated head injuries.

  • April 28, 2017

    4th Circ. OKs RJ Reynolds' Win In $50M ERISA Suit

    The Fourth Circuit on Friday upheld tobacco giant RJ Reynolds’ win in an Employee Retirement Income Security Act class action over $50 million allegedly lost to retirement plan mismanagement following its 1999 spinoff from RJR Nabisco Inc., saying that a hypothetical and prudent plan manager would have done the same thing.

  • April 28, 2017

    Hobby Lobby Moots Co.'s Contraception Rule Case: 7th Circ.

    The Seventh Circuit on Friday vacated an injunction blocking the Affordable Care Act’s pre-Hobby Lobby contraceptive mandate for for-profit employers, noting the grounds for such relief were mooted when Congress amended the ACA to shield religious beliefs after the high court ruled on the case.

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