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United States of America v. Jessica Marie Rubio

Grand Rapids, MI - The United States of America charged Jessica Marie Rubio with wire fraud conspiracy to defraud those without legal status.

Defendant, age 32, of Grand Rapids, Michigan pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud conspiracy in a scheme to defraud those without l... More...
   $0 (07-06-2020 - MI)

Rexina Mize v. Mentor Worldwide, LLC

This case is about preemption and causation:
whether the Medical Device Amendments (MDA) to the federal
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) preempt the state-law
products liability claims at issue here, and whether Rexina Mize
and her husband, Minh Nguyen, sufficiently pled causation to
survive Mentor Worldwide LLC’s demurrer to those claims. We
conclude that the tort claim... More...
   $0 (07-06-2020 - CA)


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United States of America v. Scott H. Korn

Philadelphia, PA - The United States of America charged Scott H. Korn with bankruptcy fraud.

Scott Korn, 57, of Villanova, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to one year and one day in prison, three years of supervised release and a $50,000 fine by United States District Judge Eduardo C. Robreno for false statements and financial fraud.

In August 2019, Korn pleaded guilty to an Indictme... More...
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Saint Francis Memorial Hospital v. State Department of Public Health

California law permits — but also sets certain limits on —
judicial review of adjudicatory decisions made by agencies
responsible for implementing public policies on health, natural
resources, employment, and other issues. One example is
Government Code section 11523,
1 which lets parties seek
judicial review of an agency’s adjudicatory decision by filing a
petition for... More...
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United States of America v. Shaun Thaxter

Abingdon, VA - The United States of America charged former Indivior, P.C. chief executive officer Shaun Thaxter with introducing into interstates commerce the opioid drug Suoxone Film in violation of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.

Thaxter served as Indivior’s top executive since 2009 (including the time period prior to December 2014 when Indivior was known as Reckitt Benckiser P... More...
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United States v. Novatris Pharmaceuticals Corporation

Boston, MA - The United States sued Novatris Pharmaceuticals Corporation claiming that it violated the False Claims Act by suing three foundations as conduits to pay the copayments of Medicare patients taking Gilenya and Afinitor.

Novartis agreed to pay $642 million to settle the claims being made against it. A second settlement resolved claims arising from the company’s alleged pay... More...
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Sukru Bayramoglu v. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC

Plaintiffs Sukru and Gulay Bayramoglu, like many others, sought to modify their
home loan in the midst of the 2008 financial crisis. They eventually succeeded in doing
so in late 2011, obtaining at that time a lower interest rate and a lower monthly payment
from their loan servicer, Nationstar Mortgage LLC (Nationstar). But, in their view, all
was not well with the loan modi... More...
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State of Tennessee v. Juan Ramon Chaves-Abrego

Tennessee jury convicts illegal immigrant child rapist for second time

Officer Darien Nagel of the Columbia Police Depart... More...
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Chattanooga gang member convicted of first-degree murder for 2013 killing

This case arises from the May 5, 2013 shooting d... More...
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State of Tennessee v. Stephanie Brown

Defendant filed a pretrial “MOTION REQUESTING DAUBERT HEARING”
seeking to exclude Dr. Amy Hawes’ te... More...
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United States of America v. Bhaskar Patel

Rutland, VT - The United States of America charged Bhaskar Patel with paying kickback and bribery scheme conducted in connection with federal energy savings performance contracts (“ESPCs”).

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United States of America v. Timothy J. Smith

Pensacola, FL - The United States of America charged Timothy J. Smith, age 43, with theft of trade screts and interstate extortionate communications.

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United States of America v. Julie Sue Doran

Tacoma, WA - The United States of America charged Julie Sue Doran with wire fraud and embezzlement.

A 53-year-old Port Orchard, Washington, woman was charged today in U.S. District Court in Tacoma with wire fraud for her scheme to embezzle from a company sh... More...
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In March 2018, Omaha Police Detective Shannon Knuth interviewed Miranda-Henriquez
after receiving a report alleging Miranda-Henriquez sexually assaulted his daughter, S.M.,... More...
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On May 7, 2018, White was charged with attempted possession of a controlled substance,
a Class I misdemeanor. White was arraigned on May 23, and a pretrial conference... More...
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Roma Snowball-Presley v. City of Tulsa, Nigel Harris, Steven Douglas, Jaye Taylor, Patrick Dunlap, Chuck Jordan and American Medical Response Ambulance Service, Inc.

Tulsa, OK - Roma Snowball-Presley sued the City of Tulsa, Nigel Harris, Steven Douglas, Jaye Taylor, Patrick Dunlap, Chuck Jordan and American Medical Response Ambulance Service, Inc. on civil rights, negligence and respondeat superior theories claiming that Joshua Harvey died as ... More...
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United States of America v. Dominic Brown

Knoxville, TN - The United States of America charged Dominic Brown, age 18, with riot and civil disorder.

According to allegations made in the June 4 complaint, on May 30, 2020, Brown posted messages on his Snapchat account that were intended to incite and organize a riot at the West Town Mall in Knoxville. In one post, Brown stated, “we are not each other’s enemy only enemy is 12;” the ... More...
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Andrew J. Pankey v. Petco Animal Supplies, Inc.

Plaintiff Andrew J. Pankey (Andrew) filed a products liability claim against Petco
Animal Supplies, Inc., after his son Aidan contracted a rare bacterial infection from a rat
purchased at Petco. Aidan later died as a result of complications related to his infection.
Andrew alleged, among other things, that Petco was strictly liable for injuries resulting
from the sale of the pet r... More...
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Sharon Dash, et al. v. Mark Barnaby

Mark Barnaby (“Appellant”) appeals the judgment entered in favor of Sharon Dash, Angela Simmons and Bill Blacksher, as trustees of the Riverwood Estates Homeowners Association (“Association”). We affirm.
Appellant is the owner of a residence located in the Riverwood Estates subdivision, which is bound by the Riverwood Estates Declaration of Residential Covenants and Restrictions... More...
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Yassin Olabi v. Neutron Holdings, Inc.

The Legislature enacted the Private Attorney General Act in
September 2003 after determining that law enforcement agencies lacked the
resources to enforce adequately California’s labor laws. (Iskanian v. CLS
Transportation Los Angeles, LLC (2014) 59 Cal.4th 348, 379.) In a PAGA
action, an aggrieved employee—acting as a proxy for state enforcement

1 Undesignated statutory r... More...
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United States of America v. Crawford Technology Group (HK) Co., Ltd.

Newark, NJ - The United States of America charged Crawford Technology Group (HK) Co., Ltd. with producing and exporting to the United States in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic over 140,000 misbranded and defective masks that falsely purported to be KN95 respirators.

Crawford Technology Group (HK) Co. LTD. (Crawford) is charged by complaint with violating the Federal Food, Drug and Cos... More...
   $0 (06-22-2020 - NJ)

State of West Virginia v. Hayden Damian Drakes


Both parties agree that the facts are largely undisputed regarding an
altercation... More...
   $0 (06-21-2020 - WV)

Abelardo Martinez v. San Diego County Credit Union

Abelardo Martinez, who is blind, brought an action against San Diego County
Credit Union (Credit Union) claiming its website is incompatible with software
permitting him to read website content. He alleged this defect denied him equal access
to, and full enjoyment of, the Credit Union's website and its physical locations. Martinez
asserted a single cause of action under the Unruh C... More...
   $0 (06-20-2020 - CA)

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