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Stryker Corp. has been slapped with a whistleblower lawsuit in New Jersey state court by a former specialist alleging that he was fired about a year ago for refusing to perform surgeries without supervision or the certification needed to conduct the procedures on his own.
A New Jersey federal judge on Tuesday ordered a group of outpatient care facilities sued by Geico over an alleged kickback scheme to explain why they can’t obtain requested discovery documents, which they claim were ruined after the government seized their computers, from their original sources.
New York could be the next state to challenge a federal law prohibiting states from authorizing sports betting as New York Assemblyman J. Gary Pretlow, who chairs the Racing and Wagering Committee, told Law360 he plans to float a sports betting legalization bill this month, a move that will likely land the state in federal court.
The New Jersey Supreme Court on Tuesday affirmed that the state police are immune from an ex-trooper’s accusation that it violated the Americans with Disabilities Act, ruling that the state’s delay in asserting the defense didn’t amount to a waiver.
Former general counsels of the U.S. House of Representatives have joined U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., in urging the U.S. Supreme Court to review a Third Circuit decision upholding his corruption charges, saying the ruling improperly allows scrutiny of a lawmaker's motives to gauge whether legislative acts are constitutionally protected.