Storage and information management company Iron Mountain Inc. on Monday sweetened its deal to buy Recall Holdings Ltd., adding 50 cents in cash per Recall share to its previous $2.1 billion all-stock offer.
Nexium purchasers told a Massachusetts federal court Thursday that the Second Circuit's recent ruling upholding an injunction requiring Actavis PLC to keep an Alzheimer's drug on the market supported their own bid for an injunction in pay-for-delay litigation against Ranbaxy Inc. and AstraZeneca PLC.
A prolific patent litigant can't disqualify Cooley LLP from representing a health club franchiser in litigation over an exercise machine patent, a Massachusetts federal judge ruled Wednesday, saying the attorney didn't show Cooley's obligations to its clients are compromised.
Massachusetts’ high court ruled Wednesday that the state’s independent contractor statute does not apply to real estate sales workers, affirming a decision to toss a suit brought against real estate brokers by sales staff who claimed they were employees under the statute.
Choate Hall & Stewart LLP has added a former DLA Piper LLP partner to its private equity group who brings 35 years of experience advising venture capital and private equity firms, as well as emerging growth companies.
The Massachusetts Appeals Court on Wednesday reversed decisions granting summary judgment to insurers seeking to avoid covering Narragansett Electric Co. for damages associated with pollution dating back to the mid-19th century, finding that a jury should have been allowed to weigh in.
Ikea North America LLC interrogated employees at a Massachusetts store about their union activity and restricted their access to social media, according to a complaint and notice of hearing filed by the National Labor Relations Board.
The former head of defunct telecommunications company Global NAPs Inc. urged the First Circuit on Monday to reverse a lower court order upholding an IRS summons in his tax case, saying he should have received an evidentiary hearing in line with U.S. Supreme Court precedent.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., on Tuesday blasted Mary Jo White’s work as chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, saying in her latest high-profile fight that White’s tenure has been “extremely disappointing.”
A Massachusetts federal judge imposed a $1 million punishment on Sage Advisory Group LLC and its owner Friday after they were found to have misled numerous clients of a brokerage to bring them to the firm.
The First Circuit asked the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in a ruling Friday in a workers' compensation dispute to clarify state law on splitting the bill between two insurers when the policyholder has filed claims with only one of them.
The Federal Reserve on Monday ordered State Street Corp. to improve its compliance with anti-money laundering regulations, making the bank the latest to be tagged by the Fed over such issues.
Massachusetts has temporarily extended the construction deadline for a $2.6 billion offshore project known as Cape Wind, giving the state's energy siting board more time to consider the embattled project's request for a two-year extension, officials said Friday.
A Native American tribe on Thursday urged a Massachusetts federal judge to shut down the commonwealth’s suit over a gambling project the tribe is pursuing on Martha’s Vineyard, arguing it doesn’t need state government approval now that it has the federal go-ahead on the project.
Massachusetts gaming regulators on Thursday gave Gaming and Leisure Properties Inc. and KG Urban Enterprises LLC a hard deadline just shy of two weeks away to ink a final deal to fund the developer's $650 million casino or KG Urban will be kicked out of the license bidding process.
Seres Therapeutics, a microbiome biotech developing therapies to replace beneficial bacteria in the gut, is looking to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering as it jumps into a hit-or-miss biotech IPO market.
A Massachusetts federal judge on Wednesday came down hard on plaintiffs in a suit accusing an asset manager, law firm, hospital and the commonwealth of a far-reaching scheme embezzling from elders and the recently deceased, calling the 293-page amended complaint nearly unreadable.
A Massachusetts federal judge Tuesday stayed Zogenix Inc.’s suit against the state over its regulatory restrictions on the company’s controversial pure-hydrocodone drug Zohydro, awaiting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s final action on the drug’s labeling expected later this year.
Massachusetts and Montana have both asked the D.C. Circuit to toss portions of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's new capital-raising rules, arguing that they unduly limit the states’ ability to register and review offerings made under the scheme.
Three law firms representing individual class members in multidistrict litigation over oil sludge in Volkswagen AG and Audi AG engines are attempting to reopen a $15.5 million attorneys’ fees award, saying the class's lead counsel should be censured for hiding a fee agreement from the court.