Monthly Archives: April, 2021

9th Circuit Orders EPA to Take Action on Commonly Used Pesticide That Causes Developmental Harms

The Ninth Circuit ruled on Thursday that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should ban or modify tolerances for chlorpyrifos, a pesticide, for...

Federal Circuit: Bio-Rad Does Not Co-Own 10x Genomics’ Disputed Patents

The Federal Circuit on Thursday affirmed a determination by the International Trade Commission (ITC) that Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc. violated the Tariff...

Telecom Groups Sue NY Over $15 Low-Income Broadband Law

On Friday, numerous telecommunications associations filed a complaint in the Eastern District of New York against New York Attorney General Letitia A....

California Judge Denies Preliminary Approval of Bayer Healthcare Sunscreen Class Action Settlement

Citing his lack of assurance that the proposed settlement is “fundamentally fair, adequate, and reasonable,” Magistrate Judge Nathanael Cousins of the...

EPA Announces Increased Toxic Elements Reporting and Transparency

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced on Thursday that it plans to improve transparency regarding toxic elements through the Toxic Release Inventory...

FTC Reaches $20M Settlement with Vivint Smart Homes over ‘White Paging’ Scheme

On Thursday, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that it reached a settlement with Vivint Smart Homes Inc., a smart home security...

Doctors Say USDA and HHS Breached Duties When Encouraging Americans to Eat Milk and Meat

The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and three individual doctors filed a Northern District of California lawsuit on Wednesday alleging that the...

Peloton Sued for Alleged Securities Violations from Pedal Recall, Treadmill Injuries

On Thursday, a shareholder filed a class-action complaint in the Eastern District of New York against Peloton Interactive Inc., CEO John Foley,...