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Slot game technology maker International Game Technology PLC used copyrighted art and graphics for several of an Illinois company’s slot games without permission when the company launched them into cyberspace for online play, a federal jury heard Tuesday.
Archer Daniels Midland Co. on Tuesday dodged much of a proposed class action brought by two horse owners who alleged contaminated feed products harmed their animals, when an Illinois federal judge said most of the owners' claims don't have a legal foundation.
An Illinois federal judge said Tuesday that Enclarity Inc. was too slow to raise jurisdictional issues in its attempt to block claims by putative class members from outside the state in a case over unsolicited faxes, deciding a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on jurisdiction did not excuse the delay.
A Johnson & Johnson unit will pay $120 million to end a wide-ranging investigation into whether it misled customers about the longevity and efficacy of its hip replacement devices, attorneys general in New York and Texas announced Tuesday.
Two men must face insider trading and conspiracy charges after an Illinois federal judge on Tuesday found plausible the government's allegations they had illegally traded Life Time Fitness Inc. call options when they learned that the company was going private.