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  • FTC: Pharmaceutical companies filed ‘baseless’ patent lawsuits to block AndroGel generic

    WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) –  The Federal Trade Commission is suing several major pharmaceutical companies, saying they illegally blocked consumer access to lower-cost versions of the drug AndroGel. Ramirez The FTC filed its complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District...

  • N.Y. AG’s settlement requires property owner to pay more than $225K in rent credits

    Schneiderman ALBANY, N.Y. (Legal Newsline) – New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced a settlement on Wednesday with the former management company of the Three Borough Pool that requires Colonial Management Group LLC to provide more than $225,000 in rent credits. The...

  • Payment Systems settles with Vermont

    MONTPELIER, Vt. (Legal Newsline) – Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell recently entered into a restitution agreement on behalf of the State of Vermont with Merchant Processing Solutions LLC, doing business as Payment Systems, for allegedly misrepresenting the cost of its services and...

  • Del. judge fines Napoli law firm $1,000 over bankruptcy trust claim forms

    WILMINGTON, Del. (Legal Newsline) – A Delaware judge has fined the Napoli law firm for failing to disclose a client’s asbestos exposure filings for more than a year. At a summary judgment hearing on Sept. 4 in the Superior Court of the State of Delaware, Judge Paul R. Wallace ruled that...

  • Republic Powdered Metals joins Bondex in bankruptcy as part of deal

    WILMINGTON, Del. (Legal Newsline) – A manufacturer of roof restoration materials and founder of RPM International, Inc. became the most recent affiliate to enter Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as part of an $800 million bankruptcy deal announced in July. On Sept. 1, Republic Powdered Metals...

  • Bashas’ settles discrimination class action for $6.5 million

    PHOENIX (Legal Newsline) – Class members and Bashas’ Inc. have settled a lawsuit a more than decade-old alleging the grocery store company discriminated against Hispanic employees. Bashas’ agreed to pay $6.5 million to resolve claims for class damages, administrative expenses,...

  • District attorney’s wife drove case against Wis. Gov. Walker, insider says

    Walker CHICAGO – The future of the Wisconsin’s governor’s race could hang on a federal appeals court in Chicago hearing a potentially explosive case today. Depending on how the three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit decides, the ruling will have major...

  • Mom arrested for carrying licensed firearm slams NJ prosecutor who let Ray Rice off but is throwing book at her

    Allen was arrested last October after she was pulled over for a minor traffic offense and informed the officer she had a gun in her car and presented her concealed-carry permit.

  • Former AT&T employees settle class action for $1.05 million

    OAKLAND, Calif. (Legal Newsline) – Former California employees and AT&T have settled a lawsuit alleging the cell phone company violated sections of the California Labor Code. Class members are those who worked at AT&T as a retail sales consultant and/or a sales support...

  • Class action says WWE violated Securities Exchange Act

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. (Legal Newsline) – A WWE stockholder has filed a class action lawsuit against World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. for violating the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Curtis Swanson filed the class action lawsuit on behalf of people who purchased or otherwise acquired the...

  • Schumer introduces Medal of Honor bill for NY hero

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer introduced legislation Thursday to allow a black World War I soldier from Albany to receive a posthumous Medal of Honor. The New York Democrat's bill would exempt Sgt. Henry Johnson from the rules specifying that a Medal of Honor must be awarded...

  • Former Federal Circuit judge to speak at IP conference

    MOON BAY, Calif. (Legal Newsline) – Judge Paul Michel, retired chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, will deliver the keynote address at an upcoming intellectual property summit. Michel Corporate finance advisor Duff & Phelps Corporation is hosting its...

  • Pot producers add demand on Northwest power grid

    SEATTLE (AP) — As more marijuana producers move their plants indoors over the next two decades, the grow operations in Washington state are expected to need as much electricity each year as what a small Northwest city consumes, according to an energy forecast by regional power planners. Demands...

  • California mandates sick days for workers

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Wednesday that will require most California employers next year to provide up to three sick days for millions of workers, a policy long-sought by labor unions and opposed by business groups. "This is the least we can do," Brown told...

  • In 5-week salmonella trial, defense takes 1 hour

    ALBANY, Ga. (AP) — Defense attorneys took barely an hour Wednesday to rest their cases after more than a month of prosecution testimony in the federal trial of three people charged in a deadly national salmonella outbreak five years ago that authorities traced to a rural Georgia peanut plant....



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