Legal & Regulatory

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Jury Says GE Used Unfair Practices to Control Anesthesia Repair Business

GE plans appeal, says it had no duty to train competitors or to sell parts directly to them.

Posted 05/03/17 | Post a comment

CRNA Faces 10 Years in Prison for Allegedly Diverting Fentanyl

He's accused of repeatedly signing out extra, claiming it was for patients.

Posted 04/25/17 | Post a comment

Jury Says ConMed Subsidiary Made False Claims in Advertising, Awards $12M in Damages

Lexion accused SurgiQuest of engaging in unfair competition.

Posted 04/19/17 | Post a comment

His Mastermind Ophthalmologist Father Dead, Oregon Man Sentenced in Healthcare Fraud Case

Ophthalmology center bilked payers out of millions, defrauded IRS.

Posted 04/13/17 | Post a comment

Jury: Surgical Gowns Didn't Protect as Promised

Evidence shows Kimberly-Clark and Halyard Health deliberately misled customers about the impermeability of MicroCool surgical gowns.

Posted 04/11/17 | Post a comment

Legal Update: It's Not Easy to Deep-Six Deadwood Docs

Forcing out lower-producing physician-owners is fraught with risk.

Posted 04/06/17 | John H. Fisher, II, jfisher@ruderware.com | Post a comment

Compounding Pharmacy Owner Barry Cadden Acquitted of Murder

Jurors delivered a mixed verdict today in the trial of the former president of the New England Compounding Center.

Posted 03/22/17 | Post a comment

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