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A North Carolina man died from an excess of chemical ingredients in the Fresenius drug NaturaLyte, an expert witness testified Tuesday in a bellwether trial over the medication.
The Supreme Court Tuesday declined to hear a pension fund’s appeal of the dismissal of its claims Zenith American Solutions mismanaged $2.4 million of its funds.
FastShip LLC demanded $44 million from the U.S. Navy on Tuesday for allegedly using patented hull technology in its new littoral combat ships, closing out a two-week infringement trial that has evolved into a complex debate over boat physics.
Goodwin Procter LLP has hired prominent intellectual property trial lawyer Neel Chatterjee from Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, adding his experience working with technology powerhouses like Facebook Inc., Oracle Corp. and Amazon.com Inc. to the firm’s Silicon Valley roster, the firm said Tuesday.
A Washington federal judge will allow a former deputy criminal chief for the U.S. attorney’s office in Spokane to include crude emails from a male former colleague in her upcoming sex discrimination and equal pay trial against the U.S. Department of Justice, finding they are relevant to the case.