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  • December 07, 2021

    Holmes Defends Theranos' 'Aggressive' IP Protection At Trial

    Ex-Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes' cross-examination in her criminal fraud trial wrapped Tuesday, with Holmes conceding that she didn't tell investors Theranos was performing blood tests on modified third-party devices but defending that and other sometimes "aggressive" actions as necessary to protect the startup's trade secrets.

  • December 07, 2021

    Patient's Med Mal Suit Tossed Over Expert Witness Experience

    A California appeals court ended a lawsuit accusing two doctors of failing to properly diagnose and treat a woman's infection which required portions of her brain and skull to be removed, saying the plaintiff's medical expert lacked the substantial professional experience to rebut the health care providers' expert testimony.

  • December 07, 2021

    Former Shkreli Co. Inks Deal Worth Up To $40M With FTC, AGs

    Martin Shkreli's former company and one of its executives settled out of an antitrust lawsuit from the Federal Trade Commission and state attorneys general Tuesday, with a deal in New York federal court.

  • December 07, 2021

    Mallinckrodt Exec Says Ch. 11 Plan A Fair Deal For Creditors

    Mallinckrodt's top restructuring executive defended the fairness of the drugmaker's proposed Chapter 11 plan on Tuesday, as he faced questions about whether it would shortchange holders of antitrust claims over the sales of its Acthar gel.

  • December 07, 2021

    3rd Circ. Prods FTC Over AG Approval Of NJ Hospital Merger

    The Federal Trade Commission told a Third Circuit panel during oral argument Tuesday that the New Jersey attorney general's approval of the planned acquisition of a hospital in Bergen County has no bearing on federal enforcers' attempt to stop the deal.

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