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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s former aide Joseph Percoco took a blow recently in one of the first trials to produce a bribery conviction post-McDonnell, but its impact on public corruption cases will depend on whether such jury verdicts can pass muster before more discerning appeals courts.
Five New York doctors prescribed a potent painkiller sold by Insys Therapeutics Inc. in exchange for money and lavish kickbacks, including lap dances and liquor that two of the doctors accepted, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a felony indictment unsealed Friday.
A New York dog owner filed a putative class action in federal court on Friday against the Smucker's-owned company that make Kibbles 'n Bits dog food, claiming the food was falsely touted as safe even though it was contaminated with a drug used to euthanize animals.
A jailhouse-rape suit lodged against Reza Zarrab, the famed Turkish-Iranian trader who admitted to participating in a sanctions-evasion scheme benefiting the Iranian government, is fiction, Zarrab's lawyer said Friday.
A New York appellate panel on Friday tossed a suit accusing a medical malpractice insurance carrier of fraudulently inducing a physician to settle a malpractice suit, saying the doctor’s loss of staff privileges was not caused by the deal itself.