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Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro: Vytorin and Zetia Makers Settle Class-Action Suit With Proposed $41.5 Million

...s, HBSS has negotiated a pending $300 million settlement as lead counsel in the DRAM memory antitrust litigation; a $340 million recovery on behalf of enron employees which is awaiting distribution; a $150 million settlement involving charges of illegally inflated charges for the drug Lupron, and served as...

Hagens Berman Files Class Action Against Bayer Healthcare Over Misleading Marketing Campaign

...n. Among recent successes, HBSS has negotiated a $300 million settlement in the DRAM memory antitrust litigation; a $340 million recovery on behalf of enron employees; a $150 million settlement involving charges of illegally inflated charges for the drug Lupron, and served as co-counsel on the Visa/Masterc...

Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro: Class Action Filed Against Spectranetics

...million settlement in the DRAM memory antitrust litigation, one of the largest anti-trust settlements in history; a $340 million recovery on behalf of enron employees; a $150 million settlement involving charges of illegally inflated charges for the drug Lupron, and served as co-counsel on the Visa/Masterc...

Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro: Attorneys Representing Consumers Prepare for $12 Billion RICO Trial Against McKesson for Alleged Drug Price Manipulation

...million settlement in the DRAM memory antitrust litigation, one of the largest anti-trust settlements in history; a $340 million recovery on behalf of enron employees; a $150 million settlement involving charges of illegally inflated charges for the drug Lupron, and served as co-counsel on the Visa/Masterc...

Hagens Berman Appointed Co-Lead Counsel in Case Against Schering-Plough and Merck

...n. Among recent successes, HBSS has negotiated a $300 million settlement in the DRAM memory antitrust litigation; a $340 million recovery on behalf of enron employees; a $150 million settlement involving charges of illegally inflated charges for the drug Lupron, and served as co- counsel on the Visa/Master...

Hagens Berman: Eleven Defendants Settle in Average Wholesale Price Litigation

...n. Among recent successes, HBSS has negotiated a $300 million settlement in the DRAM memory antitrust litigation; a $340 million recovery on behalf of enron employees; a $150 million settlement involving charges of illegally inflated charges for the drug Lupron, and served as co-counsel on the Visa/Masterc...

CORRECTED: Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro Files Suit Against Merck and Schering-Plough

...n. Among recent successes, HBSS has negotiated a $300 million settlement in the DRAM memory antitrust litigation; a $340 million recovery on behalf of enron employees; a $150 million settlement involving charges of illegally inflated charges for the drug Lupron, and served as co-counsel on the Visa/Masterc...

Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro Announces Investigation Into Marketing of Vytorin and Zetia

...n. Among recent successes, HBSS has negotiated a $300 million settlement in the DRAM memory antitrust litigation; a $340 million recovery on behalf of enron employees; a $150 million settlement involving charges of illegally inflated charges for the drug Lupron, and served as co-counsel on the Visa/Masterc...

Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro: Judge Orders Double Damages, Issues Stinging Rebuke in Average Wholesale Price Case

...n. Among recent successes, HBSS has negotiated a $300 million settlement in the DRAM memory antitrust litigation; a $340 million recovery on behalf of enron employees; a $150 million settlement involving charges of illegally inflated charges for the drug Lupron, and served as co-counsel on the Visa/Masterc...

Founder of Enron, Ken Lay Passes Away

...The founder and the supposed mastermind behind the enron scandal had succumbed to his illness just months b...olvement in the scandal. In May the founder of the enron Corp. was convicted on 10 counts of fraud and cons...used the company to collapse. Ken Lay and former enron CEO, Jeffrey Skilling, were to have faced the judg...
Enron in Biological News

Evil genes made me do it

...ation of the physiology of this particular disorder and the impact it has had on human society. The result is "Evil Genes: Why Rome Fell, Hitler Rose, enron Failed, and My Sister Stole My Mothers Boyfriend" (Prometheus Books $28.95), which Harvard professor Steven Pinker praises as a fascinating scientific...
Enron in Biological Technology

Why is Enron now called Prisma?

Because a rainbow arches from its HQ all the way to prison. After a $60 billion rip-off, this disgraced energy giant sheds its old image of ENWRONG to PRISMA. After paying $665 million in legal fees, the company is restructured under the new identity of PRISMA while some of its executives walk...

My View - State Government Needs Integrity To Build Investor Confidence

...ook at this concept a little closer. President Bush signed Sarbox into law on July 30, 2002 in the wake of corporate accounting scandals, most notably enron and WorldCom. Sarbox was designed to raise standards of corporate accountability and prevent wrongdoing. Its impact is arguably the most far-reachi...

An Overnight Business Success Takes 20 Years

...have different ideas. We want to somehow leverage Lady Luck and strike it rich by taking any shortcut we can find. Sometimes, as we have seen with enron and Tyco, this leads to some people committing crimes. Mostly, though, it leads to a model of unrealistic expectations about how to get there and over...

Readers respond - Imagining the possibilities

...alone. A recent PricewaterhouseCoopers survey showed that 84 percent of those polled said Sarbanes-Oxley (passed in the wake of accounting scandals at enron and WorldCom) was a challenge. Of those, almost half said complying was a "major challenge." You can read more about the survey online at www.nwfusio...

You are how you manage

...iness. Living on a strict diet of only the so-called best and brightest talent will not ensure long-term competitive success. In organizations like enron and Andersen Consulting, this approach did not make up for a lack of balance in their values and behaviors or the unethical and criminal acts that bro...

Lord of the Engines

...of Wall Street. Financial markets are somber and conservative, looking for sobriety and with no room for the skateboarding attitudes of the dotcom and enron eras. Proper business-name trademarks, solid global domain names and thoughtful corporate name identities are all good prerequisites for such great pu...

Midwest technology bosses should stop flaunting their wealth at work

.... If your company is one where senior people earn really huge bucks and dont mind making big purchases, thats a bad sign in and of itself. I'm talking enron and Tyco here. Prudence shows itself in lots of different ways. Personal and conspicuous spending is a pretty visible one. A lot of very fast cars ...

Dont rely on information technology to change corporate culture

...comfort for individuals. If people are comfortable, theyll never collaborate. Excuse me, but what's wrong with this picture? Haven't the lessons of enron and Arthur Andersen taught us anything? Healthy organizations have cultures in which the natural and comfortable thing to do is to share and collabo...

With Sarbanes-Oxley, compliance takes center stage for CIOs

...y Act of 2002, or SOX, as it has come to be called. SOX, which was passed largely in reaction to the corporate scandals that brought down the likes of enron and Adelphia, addresses numerous issues within public companies, which were required to begin complying in November 2004. Among those are corporate et...

Financial transparency is good; performance transparency is better

...tting hot in CEO suites throughout the corporate world. Thanks to the creative accounting shenanigans cooked up by the End Runs and World Cons (a.k.a. enron and Worldcom) of the world, companies are now required to be far more transparent in their financial reporting and operating processes than ever befor...
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