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Appeals panel: Zimmer Biomet did not defame suspended manager

3 days ago

The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has determined a medical device manufacturer did not defame a former employee by including his name on a list of “compliance risks” it gave to the U.S. Justice Department as part of an investigation-ending agreement.

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