Enigma Suit Over Malwarebytes Blocking Programs Revived Again
Enigma Software Group USA LLC convinced a split Ninth Circuit to revive its claims that Malwarebytes Inc.'s anti-malware product systematically flagged its competitor’s programs as dangerous.
Detroit Companies Settle Air Violations, Stop Defeat Device Sale
Two metro Detroit companies have reached a settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency to resolve alleged Clean Air Act violations due to the sale of defeat devices, according to EPA Friday.
GM Must Face Consumer Claims Over Ethanol Fuel Use Warning
3M Said to Be in at Least $10 Billion PFAS Pollution Accord
Officials Will Likely Dodge Michigan Lead-Tainted Water Claims
Federal, state, and city officials are closer to escaping claims that they knew about unsafe lead levels in the water in Benton Harbor, Mich., yet did nothing to notify residents of the dangers, after a magistrate judge recommended the claims be dismissed.
Chemours, DuPont, CTVA Rise on US Water Systems Settlement
The Chemours Company, DuPont de Nemours and Corteva all rose Friday after saying they’ve reached an agreement in principle to comprehensively resolve all claims related to per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, in drinking water.
Whistleblowers’ Court Violations Doom J&J Device Fraud Lawsuit
DePuy Orthopaedics Inc., DePuy Inc., and
Norfolk Southern Chooses a Different Track: Brooke Sutherland
Norfolk Southern CEO Alan Shaw’s strategy of investing in resources and emphasizing resiliency bets on long-term growth for railroads in general and Norfolk Southern in particular from the acceleration of e-commerce, a push to bring more manufacturing back to North America and a reordering of supply chains.
3M Heads to Trial in ‘Existential’ $143 Billion PFAS Litigation
3M Co. faces an existential threat from lawsuits over allegedly cancer-linked “forever chemicals” that have leached into municipal water supplies, with the company’s liability possibly hitting $143 billion for cleanup alone.
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PFAS: The 'Forever Chemicals'
The EPA says more than 600 PFAS chemicals are in the marketplace in the U.S. While states are racing to regulate PFAS, while the federal government lags.
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