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  • February 23, 2018

    Expert's Calculations Are Focus At Close Of MassMutual Trial

    MassMutual and a class of hundreds of term life insurance policyholders faced off over dividends during closing arguments in a California trial Friday, with the class claiming MassMutual was ignoring the policies’ profits and MassMutual countering that the class was relying on a misleading manipulation of the numbers.

  • February 23, 2018

    Germany Refuses To Extradite Traders For SFO Euribor Trial

    German prosecutors said Friday they will not extradite four Deutsche Bank traders to the U.K. to face charges that they manipulated a key European interest rate benchmark.

  • February 23, 2018

    Meningitis Pharmacist Must Forfeit $175K Before Restitution

    A former Massachusetts pharmacist convicted of recklessly mixing drugs that led to a 2012 meningitis outbreak must forfeit $175,000, or less than one-half of his salary from the roughly three years a jury decided his laboratory degenerated into a criminal enterprise, a federal judge decided on Friday.

  • February 23, 2018

    Pa. Tort Ruling Highlights Discrepancies In Jury Instructions

    A recent appeals court decision reaffirming Pennsylvania’s new scheme for defining strict liability in product defect cases underscores what defense attorneys say is the significant chasm between the current state of the law and how model jury instructions continue to lay out the concept.

  • February 23, 2018

    Judge Won't Disturb Jury Verdict On Health Supplement IP

    A Texas federal judge on Thursday denied a bid for a new trial after a jury in January held that a medical company did not infringe the asserted claims of a health supplement patent, holding that the patent’s owner failed to introduce sufficient evidence to disturb the verdict.

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