Monthly Archives: July, 2021

EPA Agrees to Enforce State Air Quality Plans to Protect Downwind States

In a letter to the Southern District of New York filed on Thursday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that it reached...

8th Circuit Affirms $3M Judgement Against Pepsi in Bottling Company Lawsuit

The Eighth Circuit on Thursday issued a judgment ruling that Pepsi-Cola owes $3 million to a bottling company, affirming the Southern District...

Bayer Announces Plans to End Roundup Litigation, Hopeful for Favorable SCOTUS Ruling

Bayer AG said in a press release on Thursday that it plans to set aside an additional $4.5 billion to settle claims...

Local Urgent Care Clinic Sues Carbon Health Over Acquisition Misconduct

A complaint was removed from Los Angeles County Superior Court to federal court on Thursday against healthcare giant Carbon Health Technologies, Inc...

4th Circuit Issues Mixed Decision in North Carolina Environmental Case Against Marines

The United States Marine Corps cannot take advantage of sovereign immunity to evade an $8,000 environmental fine levied against it by the...

11th Cir. Rejects Christian Ministry’s Religious Discrimination Claim Against Amazon

On Wednesday, the Eleventh Circuit affirmed findings made by a Middle District of Alabama judge dismissing a Christian ministry and media...

New York AG Presses Facebook to Curb Vaccine Misinformation Among Latino Users

According to a news release issued Thursday, New York Attorney General Letitia James wrote to the social media giant on behalf of...

Grubhub Sued by Massachusetts AG for Overcharging Restaurants Amidst Pandemic

A complaint filed on Thursday in Massachusetts’ Suffolk County Superior Court has accused online food delivery service Grubhub of exceeding statutory limits...