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    2 UAE Men Seek To Halt Cerner's Collection Of $62M Award

    A United Arab Emirates businessman and his son asked a Massachusetts federal court Thursday to stay proceedings brought by health records giant Cerner Corp. to confirm a $62 million arbitration award over a billing dispute, saying they haven’t been...

    2 UAE Men Seek To Halt Cerner's Collection Of $62M Award

    A United Arab Emirates businessman and his son asked a Massachusetts federal court Thursday to stay proceedings brought by health records giant Cerner Corp. to confirm a $62 million arbitration award over a billing dispute, saying they haven’t been...

    Judge OKs Med Device Injury Claim Under Pa. Tort Law Ruling

    A federal judge on Thursday greenlighted claims against Stryker Corp. over an allegedly faulty bone implant after finding that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s overhaul of products liability law in the state more than two years ago did not bar strict...

    Hospital Laundry Co.'s Ch. 11 Loan, Bidding Procedures OK'd

    Bankrupt medical laundry and linen management services company Angelica Corp. received final authorization Friday to tap a $65 million Chapter 11 loan and move forward with its agenda to sell the business to a KKR & Co. LP affiliate for $125 million...

    Hospital Laundry Co.'s Ch. 11 Loan, Bidding Procedures OK'd

    Bankrupt medical laundry and linen management services company Angelica Corp. received final authorization Friday to tap a $65 million Chapter 11 loan and move forward with its agenda to sell the business to a KKR & Co. LP affiliate for $125 million...

    Hospital Laundry Co.'s Ch. 11 Loan, Bidding Procedures OK'd

    Bankrupt medical laundry and linen management services company Angelica Corp. received final authorization Friday to tap a $65 million Chapter 11 loan and move forward with its agenda to sell the business to a KKR & Co. LP affiliate for $125 million...

    Trump Adds To Korean Tensions, Mulling Exit From Trade Deal

    President Donald Trump again flirted with conflict on the Korean peninsula Thursday, this time taking aim at U.S. ally and trade partner South Korea over what he described as a “disaster” of a trade deal, even as the countries work to manage rising tensions...

    Dancers Hit Philly’s Vanity Grand Cabaret With Wage Suit

    An exotic dancer filed a lawsuit on Thursday in Pennsylvania federal court against Philadelphia club Vanity Grand Cabaret, alleging that it doesn’t pay its dancers a proper minimum wage and improperly claims they are independent contractors. .....

    Dancers Hit Philly’s Vanity Grand Cabaret With Wage Suit

    An exotic dancer filed a lawsuit on Thursday in Pennsylvania federal court against Philadelphia club Vanity Grand Cabaret, alleging that it doesn’t pay its dancers a proper minimum wage and improperly claims they are independent contractors. .....

    Proposed Deal In Baseball Expansion Suit Stays Under Wraps

    An independent baseball team owner can keep the terms of a proposed settlement over a failed expansion effort undisclosed to the Frontier Professional Baseball league, an Indiana federal magistrate judge recommended Wednesday. ...read more

    Taxation With Representation: Skadden, Wachtell, Allen

    In this week’s Taxation With Representation, medical supply company Becton Dickinson buys out competitor C.R. Bard for $24 billion, Allen & Overy and Cravath guide a $4.3 billion acquisition in the pharmaceutical industry, and a merger creates...

    Dallas Leader Cleared Of Bribery, Gets Mistrial On Tax Fraud

    A Texas federal jury cleared Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price of bribery and mail fraud charges Friday, but deadlocked on four tax fraud-related charges, leading to a mistrial on those four counts and the potential he’ll have to face...

    Judicial Confirmations Reached Historic Lows Under Obama

    The U.S. Senate confirmed a smaller percentage of President Barack Obama’s district and circuit court nominees during his eight years than any other two-term president going back to Harry S. Truman, according to a recent report by the Congressional...

    Judicial Confirmations Reached Historic Lows Under Obama

    The U.S. Senate confirmed a smaller percentage of President Barack Obama’s district and circuit court nominees during his eight years than any other two-term president going back to Harry S. Truman, according to a recent report by the Congressional...

    Former DOD Contractor Sentenced To 5 Years In Fraud Scheme

    A former IT consulting federal contractor received a five-year prison term from a Maryland federal judge Thursday after pleading guilty to wire fraud and paying illegal gratuities to a government official in a multiyear scheme to defraud the government...

    Former DOD Contractor Sentenced To 5 Years In Fraud Scheme

    A former IT consulting federal contractor received a five-year prison term from a Maryland federal judge Thursday after pleading guilty to wire fraud and paying illegal gratuities to a government official in a multiyear scheme to defraud the government...

    FTC Slams Objections To VW Emissions Fraud Settlements

    The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday fired back at objections to the multibillion-dollar settlements between car owners, Volkswagen and Robert Bosch GmbH in Volkswagen’s emissions cheating scandal, saying that the money involved in the three...

    Bostwick's $6.5M Asset Sale To Poplar Approved In Del.

    Bankrupt cancer diagnosis firm Bostwick Laboratories Inc. received court approval Friday in Delaware for a $6.5 million sale of its assets to stalking horse bidder Poplar Healthcare Management PLLC, which will be assuming many of the debtor’s leases...

    Mont. Sens. Float Bill To Extend Indian Coal Tax Credit

    The two U.S. senators from Montana on Thursday announced the introduction of legislation to permanently extend a tax credit for coal production on Native American lands, saying it will boost self-determination in Indian Country. ...read more

    Mont. Sens. Float Bill To Extend Indian Coal Tax Credit

    The two U.S. senators from Montana on Thursday announced the introduction of legislation to permanently extend a tax credit for coal production on Native American lands, saying it will boost self-determination in Indian Country. ...read more

    Mont. Sens. Float Bill To Extend Indian Coal Tax Credit

    The two U.S. senators from Montana on Thursday announced the introduction of legislation to permanently extend a tax credit for coal production on Native American lands, saying it will boost self-determination in Indian Country. ...read more

    Indiana Appeals Court Denies Utility’s 7-Year Plan Update

    The Court of Appeals of Indiana on Thursday affirmed a decision by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission that partially denied a bid by a gas utility to add projects to its seven-year improvements plan, saying the rules did not allow it to make previously...

    Indiana Appeals Court Denies Utility’s 7-Year Plan Update

    The Court of Appeals of Indiana on Thursday affirmed a decision by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission that partially denied a bid by a gas utility to add projects to its seven-year improvements plan, saying the rules did not allow it to make previously...

    Pa. Court Won't Revisit $10.1M Medical Malpractice Verdict

    The Pennsylvania Superior Court will not rehear a case in which it affirmed a $10.1 million jury verdict in favor of a woman who sued a Philadelphia hospital over her infant's untimely bacterial meningitis diagnosis. ...read more

    Navajo Power Plant Poses Test For Trump's Pro-Coal Stance

    The looming closure of a power plant vital to the Navajo Nation and the Hopi Tribe gives President Donald Trump a chance to save jobs, help rural America and support the coal industry by backing the Navajo's push to keep the facility online through...