Cigna Gambit for Anthem Documents Runs up Against Big Blue Defense

A federal judge in Alabama deferred ruling whether to allow Cigna to access critical documents related to Blue Cross Blue Shield Association internal deliberations, just as Cigna’s bid infeatured

Anthem Seeks Stay of Merger Termination

An attorney for Anthem urged a Delaware judge this morning to extend the drop dead date for its $54 billion merger with Cigna another 60 days while the company continuesfeatured

Cigna “End Run” in Anthem Suit Riles Federal Judge

Anthem urged a federal judge in Alabama Thursday to block efforts by Cigna to obtain key internal documents that may betray Anthem’s defense in a class action suit alleging the 50-statefeatured

Cigna Seeks Confidential Blues Documents in Anthem Fight

A federal court has temporarily blocked Cigna from obtaining board minutes from the various Blue Cross and Blue Shield plan sponsors who claim that the documents have been ruled confidential infeatured

Court Order Could Tip Delaware Case in Abbott’s Favor

Last Friday’s ruling by a federal court in Washington, D.C., against Alere’s Arriva Medical subsidiary could help persuade the Delaware Chancery Court to allow Abbott Laboratoriesfeatured

Judge to Rule by End of Month on Alere’s Arriva Medical Unit

A federal judge said this afternoon that he will decide by the end of the month whether to restore Arriva Medical’s Medicare billing rights while an administrative law judge determinesfeatured

Alere Races Against Trial Date to Complete Arriva Medical Appeal

Alere is hoping to erase one major obstacle to its merger with Abbott Laboratories — the uncertainty over its Arriva Medical subsidiary — before an April court date that will determine thefeatured

Corrected: Judge Promises to Protect Alere from Impending Drop-Dead Date

Revised at 1:56pm EST – The Delaware Chancery Court has set aside six days at the end of April for a trial to determine whether Abbott Laboratories can walk away from its acquisition of Alere, which would brush upfeatured

Judge Plans April Trial Over Alere/Abbott Break-Up

A Delaware judge rejected pleas by Alere Inc. to schedule a fast trial over the company’s efforts to salvage its $5.8 billion acquisition by Abbott Laboratories, siding instead with Abbott’s request for an April court date. Alere had asked the court for an expedited trial beginningfeatured

Specter of Fraud May Delay Verizon’s Completion of Yahoo Acquisition

Corrected & Updated:  The possibility that Yahoo may have committed fraud by withholding information related to the hacking of its email accounts in 2014 could delay Verizon’s closing of the deal, two corporate lawyers told CTFN. Yahoo’s admission in a 10Q filing on November 9 that unidentified people at Yahoo were aware of a state-sponsored … Read Morefeatured

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