Lawsuits have been filed by e-cigarette users across the U.S. alleging spare lithium-ion batteries exploded while being stored in pockets. Read more
The FDA and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services have considerable discretion when implementing tobacco policy reform. Read more
An Ohio federal judge has denied the request by Tristar to decertify a class of consumers that claims its pressure cookers are explosively defective and worthless. Read more
Wells Fargo has agreed to pay about $14.8 million to settle Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) claims over autodialed calls. Read more
John Soumilas of Francis & Mailman PC told Law360 the award was “the highest verdict in the history of the FCRA.” Read more
Merck is testing Keytruda in combinations with Celgene's Revlimid and Pomalyst as a treatment for multiple myeloma. Read more
The DOJ's amicus brief said that enforcing arbitration agreements with class waivers doesn’t deprive employees of their rights under NLRA. Read more
Anthem Inc. has agreed to a settlement valued at $115 million to end litigation over a massive 2015 data breach. Read more
Separate testing conducted by Japanese scientists showed that some e-cigarettes contain 10 times the level of cancer-causing carcinogens. Read more
A judge in North Carolina has increased an award for some customers contacted by Dish Network. Read more
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