Medical sterilization plants reopen to fight COVID, but feds discussing further steps 'at highest level' to boost medical supplies
Cobb County, Ga., officials posted a message, purportedly from U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, blasting county's 'insufficient' decision to only allow limited reopening of embattled sterilization plant and hinting at possible further federal action to boost supplies of PPE and other medical gear needed vs COVID-19.
Appeals court: CBOT didn't break antitrust law by challenging firm's stab at electronic trading in 2004
A Chicago federal appeals panel has ruled the Chicago Board of Trade and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange did not breach antitrust law 16 years ago, by allegedly trying to improperly scuttle a trading firm's electronic trading platform with a flood of regulatory objections.
Appeals court says woman can keep suing mobile home park despite naming the wrong company in her lawsuit
The dissenting judge accused his colleagues of speculating to fill in evidentiary blanks and doing the plaintiffs' job for them.