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Bill Sorrell, who was appointed to the office in 1997, has run for and won re-election a record nine times.
Gov. Rick Snyder has chosen Joan Larsen to fill the vacancy left by former Justice Mary Beth Kelly.
The governor argues there is precedent for appointing someone to fill the seat left behind by Justice N. Patrick Crooks, who died last week.
Josh Stein, who once served as a senior deputy attorney general under current Attorney General Roy Cooper, made his announcement last week.
A woman is suing a Massachusetts biotech company, alleging it violated federal securities laws.
Four individuals from the Washington, D.C., area are suing two hospitals, alleging illegal and excessive charges for medical records.
Tallahassee law firm Howard & Associates, along with attorneys Phillip Timothy Howard and Richard A. Daynard, contends it should receive a portion of the fees coming in a settlement of the more than 400 Engle Progeny Cases.
U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif. and chairman of the U.S. House Intellectual Property Subcommittee, said in an interview earlier this month that “misinformation” has been spread about the proposed patent reform bill.
A Maryland man is suing the operators of a popular affair website, alleging it deceptively and fraudulently misrepresents its user makeup.
The Department of Justice announced Monday that Adventist Health Systems will pay a $115 million settlement to the United States after claims of False Claim Act violations.