U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on Monday
criticized his colleagues for refusing to consider whether to
revive a lawsuit against the United States by the husband of a
Navy lieutenant who died at a naval hospital after giving birth.
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.
Pennsylvania's top court on Thursday will consider whether
lawsuits by thousands of men who claim Johnson & Johnson's
antipsychotic drug Risperdal caused them to develop excessive
breast tissue were filed too late and should be dismissed.
The Trump administration on Tuesday told a federal appeals
court it had "ample reason" to conclude plans by Kentucky and
Arkansas to impose work requirements on people seeking Medicaid
health insurance benefits would advance the program's
Becton Dickinson subsidiary CareFusion has agreed to pay
$3.3 million to resolve claims that it bought and sold medical
devices that did not have approval by the Food and Drug
Administration, the Justice Department said on Monday.
An Oklahoma judge on Monday cleared the way for Johnson &
Johnson and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd to face trial at
the end of May in a lawsuit by the state's attorney general
accusing the drugmakers of helping fuel the opioid epidemic.
BOSTON Actress Felicity Huffman tearfully pleaded guilty on Monday to paying to rig a college entrance exam for her daughter, part of a wide-ranging scandal in which wealthy parents used fraud to secure their children spots at prominent U.S. universities. | Video
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a grace period
that can extend the statute of limitations for filing lawsuits
under the federal whistleblower law to 10 years applies not just
to the U.S. government but also to whistleblowers whose cases it
does not join.
BOSTON, May 13 Actress Felicity Huffman is due
to plead guilty on Monday to paying to have someone cheat on her
daughter's behalf on a college entrance exam, part of a
wide-ranging scandal in which wealthy parents used bribery and
fraud to secure their children spots at prominent U.S.
The U.S. Justice Department on Friday moved to oppose a
proposed $7.4 million settlement resolving claims Dial Corp
deceptively marketed a hand soap, saying it provided little
value to consumers while "handsomely" compensating plaintiffs'