Pfizer’s lawsuit alleging an employee stole trade secrets about its Covid-19 vaccine highlights the critical nature of trade secrets as pharmaceutical companies try to protect them, and the importance of the controls companies use.
A medical devices company must face a female former regional sales manager’s claim under the Equal Pay Act because a lower court mistakenly rejected it on the ground that she made more overall than her male comparator, the Fourth Circuit ruled Friday.
The parents of a young woman killed by a mass shooter can’t pursue claims against Colt’s Manufacturing Co. and other gun companies under Nevada’s broad immunity provision for gunmakers, even though the AR-15 rifles allegedly violated a ban on machine guns, the state’s high court said.
Vermont and several other states are asking federal regulators to approve the use of Medicaid funds for health-care services to prisoners shortly before their release, setting up a debate over how much flexibility the states should have in running their Medicaid programs.
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