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Pondering the Time Warner/AT&T Legal Drama

The U.S. Department of Justice filed an appeal on July 12 seeking to overturn thefeatured

Day 5: Akorn v. Fresenius Trial

Day five of the Akorn trial began with Stephan Sturm, CEO and chairman of Fresenius, called to the witness stand and testifying about his “disappointment” at thefeatured

Judge to Weigh Akorn Violations

Fresenius will have one more day to convince a Delaware judge that data integrity violations at Akorn are severe enough to allow the German healthcare giant to back outfeatured

Akorn v. Fresenius: Notes from Day Four of the Trial

Corrected for witness name in updates beginning 12:29pm … Day 4 of the trial began with the lawyer for Fresenius continuing a heated cross-examination of the attorney who conducted Akorn’s internal investigation into the fraudulentfeatured

Day 3: Akorn v. Fresenius

Day three of the Akorn v. Fresenius trial began with the lead attorney for Fresenius cross-examining Akorn CEO Raj Rai about whether Akorn investigatingfeatured

Akorn v. Fresenius Trial: Day 2 Updates

Day two of the Akorn v. Fresenius trial began with a Fresenius attorney working to impeach Monday’s testimony of a compliance expert who testified on behalf of Akorn thatfeatured

Updates from the Akorn v. Fresenius Trial

A senior executive from Akorn downplayed its data integrity dispute with federal regulators this morning during the first day of a trial over Fresenius’ attempt to terminate itsfeatured

Updated: PSC Implements SCANA Rate Cut as Company Challenges Move in Court

Without discussion, the South Carolina Public Service Commission on July 2 voted to enact a sweeping rate cut for South Carolina Electric and Gas Co. customers stemming from the abandonment of construction on twofeatured

FCC’s Conundrums with Broadcast Cap

The Federal Communications Commission has conundrums it must confront before it is ready to issue an order on the national television reach cap and begin examining otherfeatured

Tribune/Sinclair May Have Options to Comply with New FCC Regs

Chris Ripley, CEO of Sinclair Broadcast Group, said the company has alternatives to adjust the Tribune Media acquisition if the U.S. District Court of Appeals in D.C. should decidefeatured


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