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  • Pharmacies in Opioid Case Want Judge to Ban Ex Parte Communications
    U.S. District Judge Dan Polster of the Northern District of Ohio issued an order Thursday stating that the court was "mindful of its ethical obligations" after a group of pharmacy defendants insisted on banning ex parte communications they believe are happening in the opioid litigation.
  • Ericsson's Simpson Thacher Team Resolves FCPA Claims for $1B
    "Ericsson's corrupt conduct involved high-level executives and spanned 17 years and at least five countries, all in a misguided effort to increase profits," Brian Benczkowski, head of DOJ's criminal division, said in a statement.
           Cipollone Demands House End Impeachment or Send It to the Senate 'Fast'
    Cipollone wrote Friday that the inquiry "is completely baseless and has violated basic principles of due process and fundamental fairness."
  • It's Emoluments Week in US Appeals Courts: Meet the Lawyers Arguing
    DOJ's Hashim Mooppan, a former Jones Day partner, will argue within a span of days in the D.C. and Fourth circuits. He faces Elizabeth Wydra, president of the Constitutional Accountability Center, and Loren AliKhan, the District of Columbia solicitor.
  • All the President's Judges: The Impact of Trump's Record-Setting Appointments
    The administration has filled judicial slots with "bulldozer efficiency." Here's what it all means.