A federal judge has upheld the U.S. Centers for Disease
Control's nationwide freeze on most residential evictions for
nonpayment of rent, which is aimed at fighting the spread of
COVID-19, rejecting a challenge by a group of landlords.
A federal judge in San Francisco has rejected a proposed
class action lawsuit accusing Apple Inc of understating the
amount of radiofrequency (RF) radiation emitted by several
A New Jersey doctor has pleaded guilty to taking part in a
kickback scheme to defraud a federal workers' compensation
program out of millions of dollars by prescribing unnecessary
Minnesota medical device maker Medtronic has agreed to pay
$9.2 million to resolve claims by federal authorities that it
paid kickbacks to a South Dakota neurosurgeon and failed to
report those payments.
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Information technology company Cognizant Technology
Solutions Corp and its TriZetto Healthcare subsidiary have won a
$854 million jury verdict against rival Syntel Inc for theft of
trade secrets related to insurance administrative software,
Cognizant's lawyers at Kirkland & Ellis announced Tuesday.
Juul Labs Inc has largely lost a bid to dismiss or stay
hundreds of lawsuits by consumers and local governments accusing
the e-cigarette manufacturer of fueling a youth vaping epidemic.
The first white collar criminal trial in Manhattan's federal
courthouse since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic kicked
off Monday, as jurors heard opening statements in a securities
fraud case against two former executives of biotech company
MiMedx Group Inc.
A federal appeals court has revived claims by security
software company TecSec Inc that Adobe Inc induced customers to
infringe TecSec's patents.
Two former executives of biotech company MiMedx Group Inc
are set to go to trial Monday in federal court in Manhattan on
charges that they defrauded investors by inflating the company's
revenue, the first white collar criminal trial the courthouse
has seen since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.