Oklahoma judge guidelines versus drugmaker, orders $572M payment

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Oklahoma judge anticipated to rule Monday in opioid case

Oklahoma judge anticipated to rule Monday in opioid case

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Judge rejects racketeering claims against President Trump

A judge has rejected claims that President Donald Trump and his three eldest children broke federal racketeering laws when people lost money in a marketing company Trump promoted, though she let state claims proceed. Wednesday’s ruling by U.S. District Judge Lorna Schofield came after several individuals sued Trump, saying he falsely reassured them he had…

Oklahoma judge denies motion to end case against drugmaker

Oklahoma judge denies motion to end case against drugmaker

An Oklahoma judge says the state’s ongoing opioid drug lawsuit against consumer products giant Johnson & Johnson can move forward. District Judge Thad Balkman on Monday denied a motion from the defendant’s lawyers asking him to end Oklahoma’s public-nuisance lawsuit and rule in favor of the New Brunswick, New Jersey-based company and its subsidiaries. The…