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Enable Must Give Feds Info in Healthcare Fraud Investigation

Federal prosecutors convinced a New York federal district court Monday to force Enable Healthcare Inc. to provide information about its corporate structure, healthcare billing practices, and agreements with a client in an investigation into potential False Claims Act violations.

Dan Snyder’s Request to Examine Phone of Ex-GM’s Wife Pared

Washington Football Team majority owner Dan Snyder lost a bid for a broad sweep of the cellphone records of the wife of the team’s former General Manager for use in a defamation suit in India, after the District of Colorado found the request to be a “fishing expedition.”

3M, Service Members Allowed to Use Reports at Earplug Test Trial

Two government reports related to 3M Co.‘s combat earplugs, one potentially helpful to the company and one to service members who complain of hearing loss, may be used at an upcoming bellwether trial because they aren’t hearsay, a federal court in Florida ruled.

NBA’s Pacers Seek to Block Adidas Subpoena in Bowen RICO Case

The Indiana Pacers asked the Southern District of Indiana to quash a subpeona served by Adidas, which seeks documents describing how it evaluated the skills and attributes of Brian Bowen II before signing him, for use in a racketeering lawsuit Bowen filed against the shoe manufacturer in South Carolina.

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