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Citigroup Inc. revealed Friday that it is under investigation for foreign government referral hiring practices in connection with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, in what appears to be part of an ongoing enforcement sweep targeting Asian investment banks.
A property owner locked in a dispute with the town of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Florida, over liens on a property bought at a foreclosure sale objected Wednesday to a bid by the city to get a decision in his favor overturned by certifying the issue as a question of great importance to the Florida Supreme Court.
The federal government said the Federal Circuit got it wrong when it concluded that biosimilar makers can’t give a 180-day notice of sales to rivals until a product is approved, telling the U.S. Supreme Court the ruling inserted a limit that didn’t exist in the law.
A Pennsylvania judge Friday denied former Pennsylvania Treasurer Barbara Hafer’s bid to dismiss federal charges that she lied to the FBI and IRS during a fraud investigation, saying whether the statements the official made were untrue was a matter of fact for a jury to decide.
As Republicans maneuver to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, experts are looking for answers to a little-explored question: Will Congress still require its members to use the same insurance that it designs for the American people?