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A California federal judge on Tuesday tentatively signed off on a $1.3 million deal ending a class suit alleging Omnicare Inc. violated the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act and California credit reporting law.
The Federal Trade Commission has said it wants a separate trial from private buyers and retailers in a decade-old antitrust suit over whether drugmakers conspired to delay generic versions of testosterone drug AndroGel through patent settlements, telling a Georgia federal judge that a combined trial would pull focus from its enforcement action.
The Communications Workers of America and a group of workers on Monday restyled a suit alleging a proposed class of employers, including Amazon.com Inc. and T-Mobile, illegally blocked a proposed nationwide class of older workers from seeing Facebook job ads, adding language meant to ward off the companies’ bids to escape the suit.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Association of National Advertisers and other business groups asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday to review findings by California courts that held The Sherwin-Williams Co. and other companies liable for lead paint contamination based on decades-old paint advertisements.
A Miami-area Harley Davidson dealership asked a Florida federal judge Tuesday to dismiss a putative class action accusing it of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act or to require more specific accusations, arguing the current complaint is too vague.