Supreme court of Oklahoma overturned a verdict; orange county business law

$465M verdict against maker of opioids is tossed; top state court finds no public nuisance

“The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned a $465 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson, accused of creating a public nuisance through a misleading marketing campaign that promoted opioid use. In a 5-1 decision, the Oklahoma Supreme Court said Johnson & Johnson’s opioid marketing did not create a public nuisance because it concerned the sale Read more…

Supreme Court; business law attorney

supreme court will allow justices to take turns in new hybrid argument format

“When the U.S. Supreme Court resumes in-person oral arguments Oct. 4, it won’t return to the pre-pandemic questioning format. Instead, the Supreme Court will adopt a hybrid format that combines the old style of jump-in-when-you-can questioning with the more orderly take-your-turn questioning that happened when justices participated by telephone. Bloomberg Law, Law360 and SCOTUSblog are Read more…