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Proposed Class Demands Docs in Namenda Antitrust Suit

The high costs of health care is a major issue in the U.S., which was highlighted in 2015 when Turing Pharmaceuticals notoriously increased the price of the drug that is used as the standard of care for treating a life-threatening parasitic infection from $13 to $750 overnight. When drug companies monopolize a drug through patents, it makes it extremely hard to maintain affordable prices, which becomes particularly unjust when dealing with people's health. Luckily, antitrust laws can help remedy this effect of monopolized drugs.

Proposed Class Demands Docs in Namenda Antitrust Suit

The high costs of health care is a major issue in the U.S., which was highlighted in 2015 when Turing Pharmaceuticals notoriously increased the price of the drug that is used as the standard of care for treating a life-threatening parasitic infection from $13 to $750 overnight. When drug companies monopolize a drug through patents, it makes it extremely hard to maintain affordable prices, which becomes particularly unjust when dealing with people's health. Luckily, antitrust laws can help remedy this effect of monopolized drugs.

Judge Dismisses Antitrust Suit Against DreamWorks, Disney

Legal claims are highly procedural and time-sensitive. To be successful, claims must be correctly processed and contain sufficient evidence to move the claim forward. The federal government and the states also have various statutes of limitations for different kinds of claims, and if you are party to a legal dispute, then your lawyer should be abreast of the relevant procedural requirements and statutes of limitations when advising you on your case.

Class action targets major studios over non-solicitation agreements

Serious allegations have been leveled in a class action lawsuit against a slew of major studios and digital animation companies. According to the suit, which was brought on behalf of a former effects artist at DreamWorks Animation, "some of the most recognizable names in the American entertainment and technology industries" conspired to establish "non-poaching" agreements that effectively deprived class members of millions in compensation.