Athletes, both professional and amateur players, can get hurt in Denver Colorado. Normally, no one is to blame if you jam your finger catching a football or fall and break a wrist while ice skating. Accidents happen.
A boutique mechanic in Iowa accused of faking the authenticity of a vintage sports car he sold and overcharging for service work on multiple rare vehicles has been ordered to pay $7.2 million to former Angie’s List CEO Bill Oesterle. Oesterle, an entrepreneur and self-described avid classic car collector, took The Healey Werks Corp., which operated near Lawton, and its owner, Craig Hillinger, to court in Iowa in 2020. His lawsuit claims Hillinger pocketed hundreds of thousands of dollars through deceptive act after deceptive act during their 10-year-plus relationship.
Colorado is expected to get more than $150 million from a multi-billion-dollar national settlement with CVS and Walgreens for their roles in the opioid crisis. Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser announced Monday he finalized agreements with the two pharmacy companies as part of a bipartisan coalition of attorneys general that worked to secure more than $10 billion nationwide. CVS will pay $5 billion, and Walgreens will pay $5.7 billion, totaling $10.7 billion.
Insys Therapeutics is the only drug marketer whose top executives were jailed as part of the opioid epidemic. The fallout from the company’s cash-for-scrips strategy that made it a Wall Street favorite reverberates today. With two weeks to go in the year, Alec Burlakoff dashed off an urgent email to sales representative Daniel Tondre.