Diagnostics giant Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings must pay a fetal DNA testmaker $272.5 million for copying a method of screening for Down syndrome and other genetic abnormalities, according to a Texas jury verdict that Ravgen Inc. counsel John M. Desmarais confirmed to Bloomberg Law.
Actor and comedian Michael Rapaport will ask a federal appeals court to reinstate his defamation claims against Barstool Sports Inc. stemming from his firing by the sports and pop culture blog for insulting its fanbase.
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on Friday backed the much-debated permitting overhaul provisions unveiled in Congress this week, saying they would enhance the department’s efforts to speed up electric transmission lines that connect clean energy to the grid.
The constitutionality of state laws regulating Twitter Inc., Meta Platforms Inc.'s Facebook, and other social media is teed up for the US Supreme Court to decide in its upcoming term, after two federal appeals courts split on the question.
BNSF Railway Co. and the Canadian National Railway Co., two of the largest freight railroad companies in North America, have each named new law department leaders for the first time in more than a decade.
Minnesota employers are on edge about potential liabilities stemming from their drug testing policies in the wake of the state’s recent legalization of consumable products containing the active ingredient in marijuana.
Prince, Andy Warhol, and Fair Use at the Supreme Court
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