State attorneys general say they have a $26 billion dollar plan to resolve the bulk of the liability for the three biggest drug distributors and one major drugmaker that are entangled in the nationwide opioid litigation.
President Joe Biden’s administration has made several moves breaking from the previous administration’s approach to standard-essential patents, charting a course more favorable to Apple Inc. and other companies wanting to pay lower royalties on critical technologies.
The top lawyers at Adobe Inc., Dell Inc., and Qualcomm Inc. said they don’t mind where their outside lawyers work, days after Morgan Stanley’s chief legal officer told law firms to get back to the office if they value the Wall Street giant’s business.
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