NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) - Orgain Inc. misled consumers by labeling its almond milk drinks as “vanilla” when they were actually flavored with non-vanilla ingredients, according to a class action lawsuit.
TRENTON, N.J. (Legal Newsline) – A woman who sued a pharmacy store chain in New Jersey over her slip-and-fall injuries in 2014 won't be allowed to add a Georgia-based general contractor to her already arbitrated case, a state appellate court recently ruled.
BOSTON (Legal Newsline) – Energy companies sued in Rhode Island's climate change lawsuit are pointing to the dismissal of the "Kids Climate Change" lawsuit that made headlines last month, saying it has relevance to their defense.
Bradley attorney Trey Hill was named to the “Influencers: People We’re Watching in 2020 List,” which is produced by The Business Journals and spotlights executives poised to be in the headlines locally and perhaps nationally in the months ahead.
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ALBANY, N.Y. (Legal Newsline) - Raises given to Port Authority of New York and New Jersey executives after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorists attacks can’t count toward their pension benefits, New York’s highest court has ruled.
WILMINGTON, Del. (Legal Newsline) - Delaware’s Chancery Court has dismissed a shareholder lawsuit that alleged executives and board members of Esperion Therapeutics, Inc. misled investors about the development of a new drug to treat high cholesterol.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – A federal program that's supposed to provide public access to court records at the lowest cost necessary but instead hides them behind pay walls and charges more than required is acting illegally, according to a recent amicus brief filed in a class action to stop it.
DES MOINES, Iowa (Legal Newsline) – Plaintiffs claiming injuries from asbestos and silica would have to establish a basis for suing each defendant under a bill the Senate Judiciary Committee passed on Feb. 18.
HARRISBURG – According to a new ruling from the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the state’s Fair Share Act is not supposed to apply strict liability lawsuits such as asbestos cases, so verdicts will be evenly divided among multiple defendants rather than split according to the percentage each defendant is found liable.