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A Pennsylvania federal judge Wednesday tossed the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's attempt to stop the state attorney general from forcing it to negotiate with rival Highmark Inc., ruling that this is a speculative premise and unripe for adjudication until the attorney general takes action.
A class of car-part direct purchasers on Tuesday said it struck a deal with a Taiwanese parts maker to wrap up a lawsuit over alleged price-fixing on certain aftermarket sheet metal products, resolving their claims in Wisconsin federal court for $3.25 million.
A $150 million reinsurance fight over Puerto Rico's damage from hurricanes Maria and Irma cannot be arbitrated without breaking the island's laws, the Puerto Rican insurer Integrand told a federal court Tuesday.
A New York federal judge on Wednesday delivered a much-needed jolt to a yearslong multidistrict litigation against Keurig, finally spelling out the reasons in an unsealed opinion as to why the coffee appliance giant couldn't duck antitrust claims.
The New Jersey state appeals court shut down a convenience store operator's challenge to a state law that prohibits below-cost gasoline sales, ruling that the policy benefits consumers and the retail fuel market.