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The significant attention being paid to poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances by the public and some government regulators is continuing into 2019. Their presence can pose environmental and health risks that need to be subject to careful diligence in potential M&A deals, say Sam Dykstra and Donna Mussio of Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson LLP.
The First Circuit on Tuesday affirmed a lower court’s toss of a suit that alleged a Massachusetts hospital worker was wrongly terminated for his age and gender, finding there was “extensive support” for the unbiased reason the hospital gave for his dismissal.
Hologic Inc. is settling out of a Delaware federal court lawsuit from Fujifilm Corp. accusing the medical technology company of patent infringement and maintaining an illegal monopoly over the U.S. market for mammography systems used to diagnose breast cancer.
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.
A British Airways PLC customer who fell on a staircase has sued the airline, telling a Boston federal court Monday that the airline set up a dangerous disembarkation situation when a jet bridge broke one day.