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Citing Abstention Doctrine, 8th Circuit Refuses to Hear Doctor's Suit Against Iowa AG and Board of Medicine Director

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit determined that the abstention doctrine barred it from exercising jurisdiction over a doctor’s lawsuit seeking declaratory and injunctive relief in response to being charged for violating Iowa law.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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MD Supreme Court Clashes Over Appellate Court Comparing Criminal Defendant to Mythological Monster

“Among other things, the Appellate Court in its opinion compared Belton—an African American man—to Grendel, the mythical monster in the Old English epic, Beowulf,” stated Justice Jonathan Biran, in his written opinion for the court. “Belton asserts that this analogy evokes racist tropes of African Americans as subhuman. He raises similar objections concerning several other […]

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DuPont Strikes $1.2 Billion Settlement Over Toxic Chemicals, Leaving 3M to Face Trial Alone

DuPont agreed to a $1.185 billion settlement involving toxic chemicals that includes a case brought by the city of Stuart, Florida, that begins trial on Monday. 3M remains in that trial, the first bellwether in multidistrict litigation over aqueous film-forming foams.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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