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The White House has nominated a Steptoe & Johnson LLP lawyer as the next U.S. ambassador to India, the firm announced Thursday. Richard Verma, a senior counselor at the firm, will need Congressional approval for the post.
The Bar Association of the District of Columbia is urging the Senate to vote on a D.C. Superior Court nominee who was picked for the bench more than a year ago.
A federal appeals court Thursday divided over the power of the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board to issue administrative subpoenas in the investigation of the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill. The panel majority upheld enforcement of the subpoenas.
In the first appellate challenge to a new regulatory path for creating generic versions of biologic medicines derived from living organisms, advocates for Sandoz Inc. and Amgen Inc. on Wednesday faced tough questions from a three-judge panel at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
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Satisfied that plaintiffs’ attorneys had scrubbed $404 in Starbucks purchases, meals and other charges from their request for litigation costs in a $350,000 class-action settlement, a California federal judge has signed off on the deal between Target Corp. and thousands of employees.
The federal judge presiding over the multidistrict litigation involving incretin-based therapies has denied a motion to compel discovery about the defendants’ analysis of a causal association between the drugs and pancreatic cancer.