- newWhistleblower Attorneys Hail High Court Ruling in Drug Reimbursement Case
A recent unanimous ruling makes it harder for defendants to game the regulatory system, lawyers say.
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- newDechert Partners Win Reversal of Sanctions in 3M Earplug Trial
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit on Wednesday found that U.S. District Judge M. Casey Rodgers violated the due process rights of Dechert partners Kimberly Branscome and Jay Bhimani when she imposed sanctions in 2021.
- 9 hours ago 1 Jun 23, 7:26pm -
- 'This Will Take His Life': Rare Trial Kicks Off Over Johnson's Baby Powder
Allison Brown, a lawyer for Johnson & Johnson, questioned the facts of the case, which is in California's Alameda County Superior Court: She noted that many of the stores where the plaintiff's mother testified she bought its baby powder were more tha…
- 1 day ago 31 May 23, 11:32pm -
- After Storied Retail Career, Macy's Chief Legal Officer Opts for Fall Retirement
"You can't think just like a lawyer. You have to think like a businessperson who went to law school," Elisa Garcia said in a recent interview.
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- Even as Multimillion-Dollar Fines Pile Up, Dollar General Says It's Making 'Sustained Effort' on Safety
- 6 days ago 26 May 23, 4:53pm -
- Amazon, Whole Foods Hit With Class Action Complaint Over Glucosamine Sulfate Supplements
This suit was surfaced by Law.com Radar. Read the complaint here.
- 7 days ago 25 May 23, 8:09pm -
- Bayer Wins 7th Defense Verdict Over Monsanto's Roundup Pesticide
A jury in Clayton, Missouri, issued its defense verdict late Tuesday after about five hours of deliberations.
- 9 days ago 24 May 23, 5:16am -
- Judge Tosses Consumer Class Actions Over Abbott's Recalled Infant Formula
On Monday, U.S. District Judge Matthew Kennelly found that a class of consumers did not have standing to sue Abbott Laboratories for economic damages tied to its recall of contaminated infant formula.
- 10 days ago 23 May 23, 12:24am -
- Customers' FACTA Claims Against Home Decor Store Lack 'Sufficient Degree of Risk,' Superior Court Rules
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled that a class action alleging home decor store Kirkland's violated the federal Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act by displaying too much of customers' debit and credit card numbers on receipts failed to…
- 10 days ago 22 May 23, 8:01pm -
- Judge Orders 3M CEO Mike Roman to Attend This Week's Earplug Mediation
"Sometimes, the nature and demands of a situation are far-reaching and consequential enough that the leader must be in the room," wrote U.S. District Judge M. Casey Rodgers. "This is one of those times."
- 10 days ago 22 May 23, 7:36pm -