Emily Ashcraft

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Distribution Company Fights Kraft Heinz Attempt to End Agreement

Main Course FoodSolutions, a Puerto Rico company, claimed that Kraft Heinz breached Puerto Rico laws when it notified the company that it would no longer be a provider of its products in Puerto Rico and...

Complaint Says Pipeline Could Harm Headwaters of Mississippi River

Friends of the Headwaters, a Minnesota environmental organization, alleged in a District of Columbia District Court complaint on Thursday that the United States Army Corps of Engineers should not have granted a permit to Enbridge...

Additional Defendants Added to Direct Purchaser’s Chicken Antitrust Claims

On Thursday, three amended complaints were filed in the Northern District of Illinois consolidated chicken antitrust lawsuit by separate direct purchaser plaintiffs. The amended complaint added defendants, including Utrecht-America Holdings, Inc., and three of its...

Court Grants Preliminary Approval to Settlement in Flint Water Crisis Lawsuit

On Thursday, Judge Judith E. Levy of the Michigan Eastern District Court granted preliminary approval to the settlement in the Flint Water Crisis lawsuit. The plaintiffs, including “thousands of children, property owners, and business owners,”...

Tyson Will Pay Over $220M to Settle Claims in Chicken Antitrust Suit

According to Tyson Foods, Inc.’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) report filed on Wednesday, the company has settled antitrust claims against it from each of the three classes of plaintiffs in the Northern District of...

Dow Chemical Company to Pay $3 Million To Settle Clean Air Act Allegations

The Dow Chemical Company and two of its subsidiaries, Performance Materials NA, Inc, and Union Carbide Corporation, reached a settlement on Tuesday with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to reduce air pollution from petrochemical and...