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  • September 18, 2018

    Monsanto Fights To Get $289M Verdict Tossed Or A New Trial

    Bayer AG-acquired Monsanto asked a California court Tuesday to set aside a $289 million jury verdict for a man who said its Roundup weed killer caused his cancer, arguing there wasn’t enough evidence to support his claims and asking the court for a ruling in its favor or a new trial.

  • September 18, 2018

    NJ Justices Side With Unpaid Demo Firms In Salvage Suit

    New Jersey’s Supreme Court has sided with unpaid demolition companies in a dispute over a leveled power plant, confirming that the market value of salvaged material can be used to pay what the companies are owed for their work.

  • September 18, 2018

    Consultant Gets 4 Years For Kickback Scheme At NJ Agency

    A New Jersey federal judge on Tuesday slammed a political consultant with a four-year prison term for her role in a kickback scheme at a defunct Newark water agency, saying she was part of the “inner circle of this tremendous fraud" that ultimately brought down the organization.

  • September 18, 2018

    Chevron Wants Donziger Jailed In Fight Over $9.5B Fine

    Chevron Corp. told a New York federal court that attorney Steven Donziger, who helped procure a fraudulent $9.5 billion judgment in Ecuador over pollution in the Amazon, should be jailed if he continues refusing to transfer his interest in the proceeds of that judgment to Chevron.

  • September 18, 2018

    4th Circ. Opinion Curtails Reach Of Clean Water Act

    A recent Fourth Circuit opinion that Dominion Energy Inc.'s coal ash settling ponds aren't considered a "point source" of pollution under the Clean Water Act limits environmental groups in bringing citizen suits to control pollution from similar ponds, experts say.

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