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Are Attorneys Responsible For $600M ‘Stupid’ Mistake?

It sure looks like that's what happened... The post Are Attorneys Responsible For $600M ‘Stupid’ Mistake? appeared first on Above the Law.

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At A Tennessee Crossroads, Two Pharmacies, A Monkey, And Millions Of Pills

Federal prosecutors have unveiled a rare criminal case alleging that owners of a pharmacy in Celina, Tennessee, intentionally courted opioid seekers by filling dangerous prescriptions that would have been rejected elsewhere. The pharmacies are accused of

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Divergent views on text and history as justices ponder war powers and sovereign immunity

The Supreme Court heard oral argument on Tuesday in Torres v. Texas Department of Public Safety, with Justice Clarence Thomas participating remotely after his hospital stay last week. The case was brought by a military veteran against his state-agency emp

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Justices search for the line on “use” of a locomotive

The Supreme Court heard argument on Monday in LeDure v. Union Pacific Railroad Company. The case involves the Locomotive Inspection Act, a federal statute that requires railroads to regularly inspect and implement safety measures for their locomotives. No

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