A Pennsylvania federal judge on Monday ruled that the false patent marking statute was constitutional, refusing to toss a suit against Ranbaxy Laboratories Inc. and saying it was up to Congress to address possible abuse of the law.
A Pennsylvania federal judge on Friday approved a settlement between generics maker Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc. and Amgen Inc. that squashes Teva's hopes of marketing a copycat version of the blood drug Neopogen until 2013.
The former president of defense contractor Lee Dynamics International pled guilty to bribery and conspiracy Friday in Pennsylvania federal court for taking part in a scheme to secure multimillion-dollar contracts to provide support to U.S. combat operations in Iraq.
A Pennsylvania federal judge on Friday hit a director of several entities battling environmental cleanup claims with sanctions for destroying documents subject to subpoena in an action to get the companies to pay their share in remediating a Superfund site.
Lupin Atlantis Holdings SA settled with Apotex Inc., Apotex Corp. and Ethypharm SA on Thursday in a patent suit in New York in which Lupin sought to block the manufacture of a generic version of cholesterol drug Antara.
Labor firm Littler Mendelson PC announced Thursday it had tapped Allegheny Energy Inc.'s in-house employment counsel to be a shareholder in its Pittsburgh office.
Rite Aid Corp. on Thursday sued Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Inc. in Pennsylvania federal court for breach of contract for failing to indemnify Rite Aid from consumer lawsuits over Ranbaxy's generic version of the acid reflux drug Reglan.
Nonprofit health insurer Highmark Inc. on Wednesday accused the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center of breach of contract and false advertising violations related to an allegedly misleading ad campaign designed to siphon away Highmark clients.
Courier firm American Eagle Express Inc. on Tuesday asked a Pennsylvania federal judge to reconsider his grant of conditional class certification to delivery drivers seeking overtime pay in light of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Dukes v. Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
The Third Circuit on Tuesday upheld a jury verdict that a helmet made by Easton-Bell Sports Inc. wasn't defective, affirming the lower court's decision to apply a newer interpretation of product liability law than the state Supreme Court recognized.
Nine state attorneys general and the U.S. Department of Justice's Antitrust Division subpoenaed Sprint Nextel Corp. in late June over its review of AT&T Inc.'s proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA Inc.
Radian Insurance Inc. on Friday settled the remainder of a Pennsylvania suit against Financial Guaranty Insurance Co. and a Deutsche Bank AG unit over alleged false statements regarding the quality of mortgages that were insured by Radian policies.
Sabertooth LLC, a Pennsylvania real estate holder whose bankruptcy case was recently tossed, filed a $4 million contract and fraud suit Thursday against Liberty Lending Group Inc. claiming the lender derailed a loan needed by the plaintiff to reorganize.
A Pennsylvania federal judge refused Thursday to force a woman accused of tricking television chef Robert Warden into allowing her to trademark his name to abide by a QVC Inc. book licensing clause in a partial settlement between the two sides.
A Pennsylvania judge on Thursday rejected Computer Aid Inc.'s protest over a $243 million information technology contract with the state's Department of Public Welfare, ruling that the DPW had reasonably evaluated the offers and had not shown favoritism to the incumbent contractor.
Pennsylvania environmental regulators agreed to spend more time reviewing permit applications for natural gas drilling projects in the Marcellus Shale that could potentially impact high-quality waterways as part of a settlement reached Wednesday with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
The U.S. Department of Justice sued Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corp. in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, alleging that the country's largest mortgage insurance company violated the Fair Housing Act by refusing to insure mortgages for women on paid maternity leave.
A Pennsylvania federal judge on Tuesday ordered Barr Laboratories Inc. — one of four generics makers accused of taking payments from Cephalon Inc. to stay out of the market for Provigil — to provide direct purchaser plaintiffs with communications it had with suppliers regarding financial details of settlements in several patent infringement cases.
Direct purchasers in multidistrict litigation accusing the Dow Chemical Co., Rohm & Haas Co. and Union Carbide Corp. of fixing prices for plastic additives dropped their claims against the companies Thursday in Pennsylvania after losing their second bid for class certification.
Pittsburgh Corning Corp. asked a Pennsylvania bankruptcy court on Thursday to reconsider its rejection of the company's reorganization plan, claiming confirmation would not adversely affect insurers or improperly insulate the company from asbestos claims.