Generic drugmakers are lining up behind Teva Pharmaceuticals to tear down a product label ruling they claim jeopardizes their ability to get low-cost drugs to market as the Federal Circuit weighs whether to rehear the case for the third time.
President Joe Biden is ordering the federal government to dramatically shrink its carbon footprint, with a goal of reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions across all of its operations by mid-century.
Justice Brett Kavanaugh said it’s a “close” call whether people can develop their ineffective-assistance-of-counsel claims in federal court if they failed to do so in state court because their state lawyers were ineffective.
Senate Democrats needed Vice President Kamala Harris’ vote to confirm Rachael Rollins Wednesday as the top federal prosecutor in Massachusetts after unusual partisan rancor compared to prior U.S. attorney appointments.
Mirae Global Asset Investment Co. persuaded Delaware’s top court to uphold its victory Wednesday against a bid by Dajia Insurance Co. to compel closing of their $5.8 billion hotel deal, which Mirae walked away from when the Covid-19 pandemic crippled the hospitality industry in early 2020.
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