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  1. Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family who owns the company are reportedly prepared to settle opioid lawsuits, underscoring how most of the major drug companies view a drawn-out court ...

  2. The suits alleged the defendants of conspiring to hoard aluminum in a bid to push up prices. Followed by a 3-0 decision, the federal appeals court commented on the federal judge’s decision ...

  3. According to the complaint filed with the consent decree, the defendants unlawfully distributed unapproved new drugs, adulterated and misbranded dietary supplements and an adulterated ...

  4. SEC Settles Charges With Crypto Token Issuers Accused of Fraud

    Coindesk via Yahoo FinanceAug 29 16:31 PM

    The SEC alleged that the defendants told investors that Bitqy tokens would provide fractional shares of Bitqyck stock through a smart contract, while BitqyM tokens would provide investors ...

  5. The former bankers will be equal parts defendants and star witnesses in a trial starting Sept. 4 that’s been one year in the making.

  6. The J&J Opioid Verdict Is Just How the U.S. Does Regulation

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceAug 27 16:24 PM

    The court’s opinion in the Oklahoma lawsuit strongly suggests that plaintiffs, defendants, and judges here are all playing a prescribed role in a highly ritualized form of Kabuki theater ...

  7. A federal appeals court on Tuesday revived lawsuits by aluminum purchasers that accused Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, mining company Glencore and other companies of conspiring to drive up prices ...

  8. This Mysterious Fraud Is Exploiting Your Grandmother

    GOBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceAug 27 20:14 PM

    The National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association estimated that tens of billions of dollars per year are lost to healthcare fraud, including Medicare fraud. Many of these losses can be attributed ...

  9. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) stock rallied on Tuesday as investors considered whether the company's liability in the opioid crisis may be lower than anticipated. On Monday, an Oklahoma judge ruled ...

  10. In the first trial of more than 2,300 opioid cases pending across the U.S., an Oklahoma judge on Monday ordered Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) to pay $572 million for its role in marketing the prescription ...