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The Trump administration moved to toss a class action challenge to a proclamation targeting uninsured green card seekers, telling an Oregon federal judge that the visa applicants don't have upcoming consular interviews and it was unlikely the policy would imminently affect them.
As Johnson & Johnson promises to keep fighting the legal war over allegations that its recently discontinued talc-based baby powder causes cancer, experts say the history of asbestos litigation shows the company can expect that war to last decades.
A Massachusetts appeals court on Monday revived a suit accusing Tufts Medical Center and others of causing a patient's infection death from contaminated medication, saying there is a factual dispute as to whether a doctor inspected the drug packaging for cracks.
Bausch Health Cos. Inc. and its brass on Friday sought to shed a securities fraud lawsuit that alleges the company engaged in a price-gouging scheme that cost investors billions, telling a New Jersey federal judge that investors' claims came too late.
In this edition of Coronavirus Q&A, a Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC partner representing people who have suffered catastrophic injuries, who also serves as an advocate for trial attorneys, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected client intake and lobbying efforts.