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Stephen and Sandy Sheller were honorary attendees at Mural Arts Philadelphia’s 2021 Wall Ball, The Art of Wellbeing. Held virtually June 10, 2021 at 6:00 pm. The Sheller’s have been a long time
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Johnson & Johnson is out of options after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the pharmaceutical company’s appeal of a $70 million Risperdal verdict. In the cases of Yount vs. Janssen Pharmaceuticals,
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When executive compensation is tied solely to short term profits, and not balanced against company payouts for wrongdoing, there’s an increased incentive for executive fraud. Recently Wells Fargo bank made headlines when bank
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The U.S. Supreme Court has decline to hear argument over “objective falsehood” under the False Claims Act (FCA). This has been a hot button issue in litigation that has federal courts split and
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Stephen Sheller, founder of Sheller P.C., and Eric Orts, Guardsmark Professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, penned a second request to the university’s administration for a formal investigation into allegations former President Trump
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2020 Pennsylvania Trailblazers brought to you by The Legal Intelligencer Watch: Deadly Drugs – Johnson & Johnson’s Risperdal
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With the Biden administration taking the White House last month, the new administration has been vocal about enforcing antitrust and fraud laws, especially as it pertains to those who took advance of federal
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Last March federal prosecutors in Texas had a two-year investigation into Walmart’s questionable company policies for filling opioid prescriptions ended abruptly by Trump’s Department of Justice top officials just as prosecutors were ready
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Two members of the Sackler family testified in front of Congress this month. David and Kathe Sackler both held executive positions and were active members on Purdue Pharma’s board during the time when
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As U.S. prosecutors go through document in an attempt to hold drug companies, distributors, and pharmacies accountable to the part they played in the U.S. opioid epidemic, emails uncover another bad faith actor. Purdue