Category: Legal News
Allergan is still looking to prevent Valeant Pharmaceuticals and Pershing Square from voting their shares in a December 18 shareholder meeting the company was forced to host.
The plaintiff's lawyer in the 1st product liability trial over DePuy's Pinnacle hip replacement grills another Johnson & Johnson executive, worldwide clinical research vice president Pamela Plouhar, the at DePuy, over the metal-on-metal implants.
Here's a look at some of the top legal news stories for medical device companies this week: GE Healthcare says engineer sent trade secrets to China; Counterclaims stand in whistleblower lawsuit against Boston Scientific; Boston Scientific loses $74M pelvic mesh verdict; DoJ says recorded meeting uncovers kickback scheme at Reliance Medical; Allergan caves to shareholder meeting after Valeant, Ackman rally support
Police track down the man suspected of fatally shooting Boston Scientific executive Kelly Phillips.
Minnesota police finally nabbed fugitive Lyle "Ty" Hoffman, the man suspected in the fatal shooting of Boston Scientific (NYSE:BSX) executive Kelly Phillips.
Former Advanced Cell Technology chairman, CEO & CFO Gary Rabin is charged with failing to report his sales of company stock for years.
A Dallas jury awards nearly $74 million to the plaintiff in a product liability lawsuit over Boston Scientific's Obtryx pelvic mesh.
The U.S. Justice Dept. says that it has a record of Reliance Medical's owners telling a potential investor that they devised the company to "get around" federal anti-kickback laws.
Federal investigators are pushing forward with claims against Reliance Medical Systems, saying that they have evidence that the company's owners devised a kickback scheme to induce doctors to use Reliance spinal implants, even sometimes when patients didn't need the procedure.