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The Eleventh Circuit on Thursday upheld a 20-year sentence for a doctor charged with 92 federal counts arising from his participation in two Georgia pain management clinics that purportedly operated as “pill mills,” saying he failed to prove error in the trial court's handling of the case.
Infinity Indemnity Insurance Co. on Thursday urged Florida's high court to review an appellate decision reviving a bad faith lawsuit brought by a victim of a car crash involving Infinity's policyholder, saying the ruling flouts precedent by erasing the requirement that an insurer's bad faith conduct exposes its insured to liability exceeding policy limits.
A Florida federal judge Thursday denied Primo Broodstock Inc.'s request for an injunction barring a former shrimp farming facility partner from selling hybrid Primo shrimp, ruling that the genetic material in the shrimp is not confidential.
JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp. and several other major banks are facing yet another proposed class action for allegedly manipulating the foreign exchange market, after investors who indirectly bought the firms' products sued Friday.
A Florida ophthalmologist linked to New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez was found guilty Friday of overbilling Medicare by $32 million for unnecessary eye injections and other treatments.