NEW YORK A former Credit Suisse Group AG banker pleaded guilty on Monday to a U.S. charge that she helped launder money from a kickback scheme involving $2 billion in loans to state-owned companies in Mozambique.
A state court jury in Philadelphia on Friday ordered Johnson
& Johnson to pay $80 million to a woman who said she was
severely injured by a negligently designed pelvic mesh implant
made by the company's Ethicon unit.
A federal jury on Thursday awarded Allergan PLC less than
$50,000 of the millions of dollars it sought in a false
advertising lawsuit seeking to stop Imprimis Pharmaceuticals Inc
from selling certain compounded drugs that bypass regulatory
approval, including a cheaper alternative to Allergan's dry eye
drug Restasis, according to a lawyer for Imprimis.
NEW YORK The founder of an alleged New York sex cult held meetings in which female "slaves" gathered naked on the floor around him while he sat in a chair and lectured them on philosophy, one of the women testified at his criminal trial on Friday.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration must review
e-cigarettes before they can be sold, a federal judge has ruled,
striking down an agency policy that allowed e-cigarettes to
remain on the market until 2022 without government regulation.
An Illinois man who won $1,000 in an unfair debt collection
practices lawsuit against a collection company is entitled to
only a small portion of more than $187,000 in legal fees he
incurred because he rejected repeated settlement offers from the
company, a federal appeals court has ruled.
A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit by a
wheelchair-using man against the Colorado city where he lives
over curb cuts that he said violated the Americans with
Disabilities Act, ruling that statute of limitations did not bar
him from bringing the case more than two years after he first
encountered problems with sidewalk access.
A federal appeals court has ruled that a patent related to
Johnson & Johnson's blockbuster prostate cancer drug Zytiga was
invalid, upholding court and agency rulings allowing generic
versions of the drug.
NEW YORK Several women members of an alleged New York sex cult, including "Smallville" actress Allison Mack, became dangerously thin after following near-starvation diets at the direction of the group's leader, a 12-year veteran of the group testified on Monday.
NEW YORK Some members of an alleged New York sex cult believed their leader had the power to heal the sick and affect the weather, in addition to teaching them self-improvement, a 12-year veteran of the organisation said at the founder's criminal trial.