Former Insys exec John Kapoor gets 5 1/2 years for opioid scheme CNBC John Kapoor, 76, the former chairman of Insys Therapeutics, was sentenced to five and a half years in prison in Boston’s federal court. A jury found him guilty of racketeering conspiracy last May and prosecutors said his actions helped fuel the opioid crisis.
California Challenges OCC Rule That Facilitates Predatory Lending Schemes CA AG
Child labor in palm oil industry tied to Girl Scout cookies AP NEWS Olivia, who earned a badge for selling more than 600 boxes of cookies, had spotted palm oil as an ingredient on the back of one of her packages but was relieved to see a green tree logo next to the words “certified sustainable.” She assumed that meant her Thin Mints and Tagalongs weren’t harming rainforests, orangutans or those harvesting the orange-red palm fruit.
Armed Mexicans Were Smuggled In to Guard Border Wall, Whistle-Blowers Say NY TIMES In a complaint unsealed on Friday, whistle-blowers working on President Trump’s wall said that contractors were illegally bringing in Mexican guards to protect construction sites.
Stock Sales by Leaders at Coronavirus Testing Company Raise Legal Concerns NPR Early on in the coronavirus pandemic, as governments scrambled to find rapid and reliable coronavirus tests, three states ended up turning to a small public company that just months earlier had no major customers and was losing millions of dollars.
JPMorgan Chase to pay $250 million for failings in asset, wealth business REUTERS JPMorgan Chase & Co has agreed to pay $250 million for risk management and other control failings in its asset and wealth management business, a U.S. regulator said on Tuesday, in the second chunky penalty for the bank in less than two months.
"Haven knowingly submitted false claims to the Medicare and Medicaid programs for medically unnecessary hospice care for certain patients who had lengths of stays greater than three years," Acting U.S. Attorney W. Stephen Muldrow in Jacksonville said in a prepared statement.
The whistleblower who accused Abbott Laboratories of improperly marketing bile duct stents for off-label use asked a Texas federal judge Friday to grant a new trial after a jury in April cleared the medical device maker in a False Claims Act suit that sought $219 million in damages.
National plaintiffs' law firm announces tenth office, expanded California presence Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro, a Seattle-based law firm representing plaintiffs in high-profile class actions and complex litigation today announced the opening of a new office in San Diego, marking its tenth
Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., visited Hagens Berman's Seattle office on Aug. 3, 2015 to discuss gun control. Congresswoman Giffords, who was shot
I don't know if it is human nature or a symptom of the increasingly chaotic nature of our lives that allows us to become accustomed – even accepting – of things that
Attorney Steve W. Berman, managing partner and co-founder of Seattle-based Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP, was today named one of the 100 Most Influential Lawyers
Steve Berman has been ranked as one of the top lawyers in the nation in LawDragon's seventh annual LawDragon 500 guide. The list serves to recognize
For the fourth consecutive year and the sixth time overall, plaintiffs' law firm Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro, LLP has been named to the prestigious National Law Journal's
Recently, one of the dozens of movie websites dedicated to silver-screen minutia asked its readers to list the best movie lines of all time. You can guess many of the
Being a lawyer today can be tough, especially for those of us in the Class Action realm trying to redress practices that inflate the price of drugs. I could recite chapter
In the auto industry, the Kelley Blue Book helps individuals determine the value of their car. It's a standard set by the auto industry to ensure fair trade-in or re-sell