Merck, Glenmark Can’t Shake Zetia Pay-For-Delay MDL

Drugmakers Merck & Co Inc. and Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd. lost a bid to kill multidistrict litigation alleging a pay-for-delay scheme involving the cholesterol medication Zetia when a Virginia federal judge on Thursday said an arbitration clause in Merck’s contracts with customers improperly waived their statutory rights, making it unenforceable…

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Quad/Graphics Must Pay Pension Fund, 9th Circ. Says

Wisconsin-based marketing and printing firm Quad/Graphics Inc. will have to pay a multi-employer pension plan several million dollars after a Ninth Circuit appeals panel on Friday upheld a lower court’s ruling that the fund had correctly calculated how much the company owed after it pulled out of the plan…

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Calif. School Vaccine Law Upheld As Panel Pans ‘Hyperbole’

California’s law requiring children in day care and grade school to get vaccinated survived another in a long line of challenges when a state appeals court criticized the lawsuit’s “hyperbole” in a unanimous opinion upholding a lower court’s decision to toss the case…

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Rams Fans Ink Deal Worth Up To $24M Over Move To LA

A certified class of football fans on Wednesday released details of an agreement with the NFL’s Rams under which the team would pay up to $24 million to end claims it didn’t properly remunerate certain ticketholders after a 2015 decision to move from St. Louis to Los Angeles…

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UChicago Must Bargain With Student Library Workers: NLRB

The University of Chicago must recognize the collective-bargaining rights of students employed at the school’s libraries, despite the university’s contention that federal labor law doesn’t give the students the right to unionize, the National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday…

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