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  • November 22, 2017

    Shkreli Deal Legit, Investor Says Ex-Katten Atty Told Him

    A former commodities trader and investor in one of Martin Shkreli's hedge funds and pharmaceutical company Retrophin Inc. told jurors Wednesday of how former Katten Muchin attorney Evan Greebel assured him that an allegedly sham deal to pay him off for his investment was aboveboard.

  • November 22, 2017

    Oilfield Services Co. Hit With $45.3M Verdict In Crash Row

    A unanimous jury in Bexar County, Texas, found in favor of a woman injured in a car accident when an oilfield services company employee rear-ended her, awarding her a total of $45.3 million in damages, including $32.5 million in punitive damages.

  • November 22, 2017

    Breaking Down Waymo's Trade Secrets Trial With Uber

    Google's driverless car spinoff Waymo will face off in one week against Uber over its claims that the ride-hailing behemoth stole billion-dollar Waymo technology that could tilt the future of the nascent self-driving car industry when it acquired a former Waymo engineer's startup. Here, Law360 takes a look at the case in advance of the trial.

  • November 22, 2017

    3 Highlights From The FIFA Corruption Trial So Far

    More than two years after U.S. authorities rocked the world of international soccer by unveiling a global corruption investigation into it, the first trial stemming from the investigation kicked off in a federal court in Brooklyn this month, providing a clearer picture of the alleged corruption, while bringing witness intimidation allegations akin to a mob trial. Here, Law360 looks at three highlights from the first two weeks of the trial.

  • November 22, 2017

    No New Trial For Parents Suing Abbott Over Birth Defects

    An Ohio federal judge on Wednesday refused to grant a new trial to parents of a child born with birth defects who claimed that Abbott Laboratories Inc. didn't warn patients of the risks of its anticonvulsant drug Depakote, finding the jury wasn't given erroneous instructions.

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