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The D.C. Circuit affirmed a lower court's decision Friday to dismiss a suit alleging President Donald Trump's hotel unfairly competes with nearby Cork Wine Bar because of his status as head of state, saying no successful argument was made for a violation of the District of Columbia's unfair competition law.
A Missouri federal judge on Friday shot down a bid by BASF Corp. to get out of a $250 million punitive damages award handed down in the first trial over alleged harm caused by the weedkiller dicamba, saying BASF and Monsanto Corp. would have to share the penalty.
An Ohio federal judge has thrown out a city policy intended to give Lake Erie rights to “exist, flourish and naturally evolve,” saying its provisions were unconstitutionally vague and the ruling "is not a close call.”
Public companies are rapidly updating their risk disclosures in response to business threats posed by the deadly spread of the coronavirus, creating challenges for issuers and their attorneys alike as they try to navigate uncharted waters.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved a long-awaited generic for Daraprim, the drug used to treat potentially fatal parasitic infections that captured national attention when Martin Shkreli and the pharmaceutical company he founded dramatically hiked its price by 4,000% in 2015.