Kerr Russell Cops To Aiding Eavesdropping On Depositions

Law360, New York (May 12, 2017, 2:22 PM EDT) -- Kerr Russell & Weber PLC on Thursday took responsibility for its client violating a protective order by listening in on his rival’s depositions in a suit in which Abbott Laboratories is accusing several companies of selling “gray market” diabetes test strips, according to a letter in New York federal court.

The law firm said it will pay the confidential but agreed-upon sum for allowing H&H Wholesale Services Inc. President Howard Goldman to listen in on the remote depositions of HMF Distributing, Wholesale Diabetic Supplies Inc. and Able Wholesalers of Tennessee Inc. On May 2, U.S. Magistrate Judge Lois Bloom sanctioned Goldman at the...

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