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DePuy Orthopedics, and its parent Johnson and Johnson, settle suit with Arizona for $2.4 million

By Marian Johns | Jan 30, 2019

DePuy Orthopedics, Inc., along with its parent company Johnson & Johnson, will pay $2.4 million as part of a settlement with the State of Arizona to resolve claims of illegally marketing the company's metal-on-metal hip implant device.

Arizona governor OKs changes to state disabilities law, giving businesses more time to address violations

By Jessica Karmasek | Apr 28, 2017

Gov. Doug Ducey, a Republican, signed the legislation, Senate Bill 1406, last week. The amendment to the Arizonans with Disabilities Act will allow businesses up to 90 days to fix access violations before a lawsuit can be filed. The amendment originally had included a 30-day compliance period.

Colorado AG files brief to support states' rights in environmental cases

By Shaun Zinck | Mar 26, 2015

Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman said on Tuesday that she filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court supporting state agencies' authority to settle environmental liability cases under the federal law known as the  “Superfund.”

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