Monthly Archives: November, 2020

BASF Dicamba Judgement Lowered to $75M, Less Than One Third of Previous Amount

Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr. of the Eastern District of Missouri significantly downsized its judgement against Monsanto and its parent company BASF...

U.S. House Scheduled to Vote on Marijuana Legalization Bill This Week

The House of Representatives will vote on a bill to legalize marijuana federally this week, according to House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer...

Foster Dairy Farms, Crystal Creamery Sued for Alleged Employee Discrimination

The plaintiff, who claimed that he was passed up for a promotion to the Director of Transportation position because “he is an...

Composers of “Get The Gat” Sue Music Distributors Including Apple, Spotify, Google and Amazon

Last week in the Central District of California, Elton Newman, Tyrone Cosey and D’Artanian Stovall filed a complaint against DistroKid LLC, Spotify...

Federal Court Allows Physician Compensation Fraud Case to Proceed

On Nov. 25, in the Southern District of Indiana, the Honorable Magistrate Judge Doris L. Pryor allowed a plaintiff-whistleblower to amend a...

Unitrin Files Complaint Alleging Insurance Fraud

On Friday in the New York State Supreme Court, Unitrin Safeguard Insurance Company filed a complaint against 25 entities, alleging insurance claim...

Opposition Filed Over Greymatter Application By Owner of Grey Matter Trademark

Decipher Technologies Studios, LLC filed an opposition before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board on Friday against Reliaquest, LLC’s application for the...

Health Insurance Providers Allegedly Committed Insurance Fraud and Violated ERISA For Purported Improper Mental Health Care

On Nov. 25, 2020, a case was filed against UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE COMPANY (‘UHC’), CIGNA HEALTH and LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY (‘CIGNA’), and...