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Porzio Bromberg & Newman PC has added former New Jersey Department of Human Services official Elizabeth Shea to its practice as of counsel at its Morristown headquarters in the Garden State, where she’ll focus on health care clients and serve as vice president of the firm’s compliance subsidiary, the firm said Tuesday.
Europe's competition enforcer said on Wednesday that it has approved Becton Dickinson and Co.'s planned $24 billion purchase of fellow New Jersey-based medical supply company C.R. Bard Inc., accepting the divestment proposed by BD last month.
In U.S. v. Dish Network, currently on appeal to the Tenth Circuit, the district court awarded statutory damages of $280 million in favor of the U.S. and the four plaintiff states. Buried among the thousands of pages of interlocutory orders issued by the district court is a warning that should be heeded by all parties that are the subjects of governmental investigations, say attorneys with Troutman Sanders LLP.
When a witness says one thing in a deposition, but later offers an affidavit directly contradicting the prior testimony, with no credible explanation, the U.S. Supreme Court has held that the affidavit should be disregarded. James Beck of Reed Smith LLP offers a survey of significant medical product liability cases in which both plaintiffs' experts and plaintiffs themselves have contradicted their own prior statements.
Rep. Charlie Crist, D-Fla., showed up unannounced in 2010 at the home of a Florida ophthalmologist and slept there on the same weekend when Sen. Bob Menendez traveled to and from the Sunshine State at the physician’s expense, according to testimony Tuesday at the senator and doctor’s bribery trial.