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A D.C. federal judge refused Thursday to reopen a Kuwaiti logistics company's lawsuit seeking more documents from a U.S. Department of Defense agency that the firm says are needed to fight a separate defamation case.
Three Medicare Advantage organizations hit auto insurer Erie Indemnity Co. with a proposed class action Wednesday in Pennsylvania federal court, alleging it failed to reimburse them for claims arising from auto accidents.
Safeco Insurance Co. of America is entitled to indemnification from a pair of construction contractors for losses it suffered under surety bonds issued for three projects with the Army Corps of Engineers, a New York federal judge ruled Thursday, refusing to find that Safeco acted in bad faith in connection with the bonds.
The Congressional Budget Office issued a warning Thursday, saying federal debt is at its highest level in seven decades and will continue to increase due to rising health care, Social Security and interest costs, pressuring other spending, unless legislative taxation and spending changes are made.
Patients suing an Ohio surgery center for billing Medicare and Medicaid for allegedly unnecessary surgeries that involved using off-label medical devices on Thursday told an Ohio federal court to dismiss the False Claims Act suit against the center with prejudice.