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7 December 2017
US jury fines Xarelto makers $27.8 million for downplaying drug risks
4 December 2017
Extending herbicide’s approval until December 2022 has pleased neither industry nor environmental campaigners
27 November 2017
Short documents will help judges make sense of scientific evidence
15 November 2017
Thousands of factories face closure or sanctions as authorities exercise new powers to curb air and water pollution
10 November 2017
US action star is suing 11 drug firms for $10m, claiming his wife was poisoned by gadolinium from her MRIs
8 November 2017
Struggling firm is returning Sprout Pharmaceuticals subsidiary to original shareholders to resolve dispute over marketing
6 November 2017
Settlement with US government compels firm to improve emissions control and monitoring at eight chemical plants
31 October 2017
How much should markets be protected from cheaper imports? When does healthy competition become ‘dumping’?
26 October 2017
Two new rulings follow trend of reversing large jury-awarded damages as firm works through thousands of cases
18 October 2017
Employee intended to sell confidential information about sodium cyanide to Chinese investors to set up competing plants
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