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DLA Piper has bolstered its ranks in Puerto Rico by luring a seasoned employment lawyer from a boutique, adding a partner in San Juan whose experience runs the gamut of labor, employment, benefits and immigration issues.
A Foot Locker Inc. stockholder has sued the company’s board of directors, saying the group hid knowledge that the retailer’s brick-and-mortar stores were suffering because of online competition, which led inflated stock prices to plummet when the truth came out.
Innovus Pharmaceuticals Inc. urged an Illinois federal judge Thursday to toss a $5 million false advertising lawsuit brought by the developer of a sexual dysfunction drug who claims advertisements using his likeness harmed his reputation, arguing the accusations have no merit.
The Fifth Circuit won’t revive a mother’s suit accusing Walmart of negligence in her daughter’s inhalant death, finding that the retail giant’s employees had no obligation to stop the increasingly inebriated woman from buying 60 cans of aerosol dust remover in a 27-hour period.
A J.C. Penney Co. Inc. stockholder opened a derivative, class suit against the retailer’s directors and top officers in Delaware’s Chancery Court late Friday, alleging fiduciary duty breaches in connection with its retail pricing practices.