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  • December 01, 2022

    Theranos Exec Balwani Wants Probation As Feds Seek 15 Yrs.

    Ex-Theranos executive Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani urged a California federal judge Wednesday to sentence him to probation for his investor and patient fraud conviction, arguing that he lost millions and never sought the "fame or media attention" his co-conspirator Elizabeth Holmes received, while prosecutors argued that his crimes warrant 15 years behind bars.

  • December 01, 2022

    Top Opioid Target Kroger Inks $85M Deal, With $25M For Attys

    Supermarket giant Kroger is paying $85 million, including $25 million for plaintiff lawyers, to end opioid crisis lawsuits in New Mexico, according to settlement papers released Thursday, a relatively sizable sum that underscores the company's new status as a top target in nationwide opioid litigation. 

  • December 01, 2022

    11th Circ. Backs Ex-Doctor's Conviction In Prescription Case

    The Eleventh Circuit for the second time has backed a lower court's conviction of a former doctor accused of wrongfully prescribing drugs to patients with substance abuse problems, finding that there was "overwhelming evidence of" the physician's guilt.

  • December 01, 2022

    Masimo Clarifies Some Proxy Notice Rules Hit In Del. Suit

    Masimo Corp. amended its bylaws Thursday to clarify advance notice requirements for interested parties ahead of its 2023 stockholder meeting director vote, in the latest turn of a battle with activist investor Quentin Koffey and his hedge fund for two seats on the company's board.

  • December 01, 2022

    Judge Orders Preemption Briefing In Organ Transplant Suit

    A Michigan state judge said Thursday he wanted to learn more about the national organ transplant network before deciding whether the federal rules governing it should preempt state law claims that the University of Michigan improperly requires transplant recipients to take the COVID-19 vaccine.

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