Brady Center Sues Online Ammo Retailers Tied to Theater Shooting

The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence has sued several online businesses for selling ammunition and other equipment to James Holmes, charged with fatally shooting 12 people and injuring dozens more at a Colorado movie theater.

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  • First Biosimilar Drugs Challenge Unfolds in Federal Circuit

    By Jenna Greene

    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.

  • EEOC Settles HIV Discrimination Case

    By Jenna Greene

    A Popeye’s Chicken franchisee that allegedly refused to hire a man because he was HIV-positive settled disability discrimination charges with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, agreeing to pay $25,000. Cases alleging HIV bias are a small portion of the EEOC’s docket, yielding generally modest settlements, but the litigation is meant to send a message.

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  • Drugmakers Fight Chicago Over Disclosure of Painkiller Info

    By Amaris Elliott-Engel

    Two drugmakers say that the city of Chicago wants to release materials it gathered from its investigation of opioid painkillers in order to try its case in the media, not to comply with Illinois’ Freedom of Information Act.

  • Judge Certifies Class Over Allegedly Defective Vinyl Guardrails

    By Lisa Hoffman

    Home Depot USA Inc. cannot sink a class action aimed at the company over allegations of defective outdoor railings simply by arguing it does not keep records of individual customers, a Kansas federal judge decided in certifying the class.

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