A federal judge in Boston certified a class on Thursday of Domino’s Pizza Inc. delivery drivers who say the company broke Massachusetts law when it kept delivery charges for itself instead of handing them over to the workers.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts pressed the First Circuit to cement a decision rejecting the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah)'s bid to build a casino on Martha's Vineyard, arguing Wednesday that the lower court had correctly held federal law stands in the tribe's way.
Omnicare urged a Massachusetts federal judge Wednesday to certify for appeal her decision to greenlight a $421 million False Claims Act suit alleging the pharmacy company took kickbacks from drugmaker Organon.
Daily fantasy sports giant DraftKings said Thursday it has raised another $150 million, adding Revolution Growth, a venture capital firm founded by the owner of the Washington Wizards and Washington Capitals, as an investor, just as several states have legalized daily fantasy sports contests.
The Massachusetts Attorney General this week defended her office's investigation of Remington Arms Co. LLC and Glock Inc.'s product safety, arguing that it was a legitimate products safety probe, not a political assault on customer privacy and the Second Amendment.
The First Circuit on Wednesday revived suits brought by two motel housekeepers in Maine claiming they were fired after reporting that a maintenance worker sexually harassed another employee, rejecting the employer’s argument that the workers' actions were "job duties" and excluded from whistleblower protections.
A Massachusetts federal judge agreed Tuesday to ease travel restrictions and bond conditions on two medical device executives while they appeal their convictions for misdemeanor misbranding and adulteration law violations.
Toyota Motor Corp. asked a Massachusetts federal judge on Wednesday for a quick win in a trademark infringement suit against a local wedding photography company called Lexus Studios Inc., arguing that there is no real dispute that the studio was trying to associate its own brand with the luxury car company.
The First Circuit on Tuesday affirmed a lower court’s reasons for dismissing a suit by two Harvard Medical School researchers claiming the institution’s bungled a misconduct investigation into their work, agreeing the administrative proceedings should finish first but also mandating the case be stayed rather than dismissed.
A group of Massachusetts residents whom a federal judge recently favored by holding that the U.S. Department of the Interior was wrong to take land into trust for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s planned casino said on Monday that the tribe should not be allowed to join their lawsuit fighting the agency's decision.
Massachusetts' historically dominant association for racehorse owners and trainers is trying to use the court system to preserve its grip on the troubled horse racing industry in the commonwealth, a new rival told a federal judge Tuesday
Keryx Biopharmaceuticals Inc. hid major problems with the supply chain for a new kidney disease treatment, leading to a 36 percent stock drop after production was delayed, shareholders alleged Friday in Massachusetts federal court.
Two former medical device executives each convicted of 10 misdemeanor charges of introducing misbranded and adulterated devices into interstate commerce shouldn’t be given extra freedoms before their sentencing, the federal government told a Massachusetts federal court Friday.
Aveo Pharmaceuticals Inc.'s board has agreed to reform itself and the company's internal policies following an investor's derivative suit claiming it lied about the success of a clinical trial for a kidney cancer medication, according to a preliminary settlement submitted Thursday to a Massachusetts federal court.
A Massachusetts federal judge responded to U.S. Department of Justice prodding by reviving a False Claims Act suit over health product supplier CCS Medical Inc.'s alleged illicit acceptance of kickbacks, concluding Wednesday that a safe harbor may not apply.
The U.S. Department of the Interior asked a Massachusetts federal judge on Wednesday to rethink part of his recent conclusion that the agency was wrong to take land into trust for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s planned casino, saying that the scope of the ruling went too far.
A federal judge in Boston on Wednesday gave provisional approval to a resolution of Medicare liens in the 2012 fatal meningitis outbreak linked to a local pharmacy, clearing an important hurdle to victims receiving settlement checks.
Massachusetts cannot enforce its new paid sick leave law against railroads because they’re already required to provide their employees sick leave benefits under federal law, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
The House Science Committee chair on Wednesday chastised Massachusetts’ attorney general for refusing to comply with a subpoena requesting documents related to that state’s investigation of a possible climate change cover-up by Exxon Mobil Corp. and other companies.
A Massachusetts federal judge on Tuesday refused to let Omnicare Inc. escape from two whistleblowers’ False Claims Act suit accusing the health care company of entering into a six-year kickback agreement with drug manufacturer Organon, concluding that too many questions remain about its conduct.