Coca Cola Corp. will have to produce all test results and advertising for its Enviga energy drink, a magistrate judge said on Thursday in a multidistrict litigation alleging that claims that Enviga burns more calories than it contains are fraudulent.
A court on Friday ordered six chemical companies to pay over $7 million for the cleanup of a polluted chemical dumping site to three companies that have already borne much of the cost, concluding a case that began nearly six years ago.
Litigation continues to pile up against General Electric Co. over its allegedly toxic Omniscan, an injectable contrast agent used in magnetic resonance imaging, with an Arkansas man filing the most recent suit in federal court and his firm now readying three similar suits on behalf of other clients.
Boston Scientific Corp. is asking a court to reconsider its decision to preclude certain references to the increased risk of thrombosis posed by rival medical device maker Cordis Corp.'s Cypher heart stent at an upcoming trial in a patent infringement battle between the companies.
Three minivan owners have filed a proposed class action suit against American Honda Motor Co. Inc. and Michelin North America Inc., claiming the companies misled them and concealed information about the PAX Tire and Wheel Assembly System, which is offered on two models of Honda and Acura vehicles.
Minnesota lawyers representing several families of those who died in the collapse of an interstate bridge in Minneapolis this summer have filed a freedom of information lawsuit against the Minnesota Department of Transportation and the state, seeking access to details and documents related to the disaster.
Three Philadelphia-based funeral directors sold hundreds of cadavers to a former oral surgeon and nurse, who then dismembered them in unsanitary conditions and resold the diseased body parts for use in transplants, a grand jury charged on Thursday.
More than half a million children's toys, including Baby Einstein toy blocks, cups shaped like Frankenstein, and a variety of wooden toys, were recalled Thursday over concerns that they contain dangerous amounts of lead.
In a bid to sidestep Chevron Corp.'s request for sanctions, attorneys representing plaintiffs who falsely claimed they developed cancer due to Chevron's alleged illegal dumping of toxic waste in the Ecuadorian rain forest are arguing that they had reasonable basis for filing the claims.
After four days of mediation, Becton, Dickinson and Co. on Thursday settled a multidistrict litigation over a batch of syringes allegedly contaminated with bacteria that caused patients using them to lose their vision.
Merck & Co. dodged a bullet in a Florida case on Friday when a circuit court jury found that the pharmaceutical giant's painkiller Vioxx was not responsible for a former professional soccer player's heart attack.
Pharmaceutical titan Pfizer Inc. on Wednesday asked a federal judge to dismiss several plaintiffs' fraud claims in litigation over its controversial drug Mirapex, echoing pleas it made a month ago.
The economic impact of the second-largest beef recall in U.S. history involving more than 21.7 million pounds of ground beef products has forced Topps Meat Co. LLC to go out of business, effective immediately, the company said Friday.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Thursday that it will consider offering a third class of drugs, sold from behind pharmacy counters, in addition to traditional prescription and over-the-counter drugs.
The judge overseeing product liability litigation over AstraZeneca’s blockbuster drug Seroquel has granted the drug giant’s request to throw out a slew of cases.
Toyota Motor Corp. has been slapped with a lawsuit by a man who claims the auto maker installed faulty seats that failed to protect him when a car crashed into his sports utility vehicle, leaving him paralyzed.
Eli Lilly & Co. is seeking to stay a whistleblower suit over charges it marketed its blockbuster anti-psychotic drug Zyprexa for off-label uses, arguing the case should be joined with a multidistrict product liability litigation pending in a New York district court.
After receiving a "no" from the bankruptcy court, federal prosecutors have been granted a temporary reprieve by a Manhattan district court judge to resolve a spat over the proposed estimation procedures for determining environmental claims in Dana Corp.'s Chapter 11 case.
Southern California Edison plans to appeal an order forcing the utility to pay $200 million in penalties for altering customer satisfaction surveys and safety documents to collect larger bonus payments.
A group of ten Pfizer Inc. officials reportedly must be present in a Nigerian courtroom to face allegations that the drug giant carried out illegal clinical trials that killed or disabled children.