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Dealmaker of the Week: Marc Williams of Davis Polk &amp Wardwell

DEALMAKERMarc Williams, 38, a corporate partner in the New York office of Davis Polk & Wardwell.THE CLIENTOmaha-based ConAgra Foods, Inc., one of North America’s largest food companies with brands that include Chef Boyardee, Healthy Choice, Orville Redenbacher, and Slim Jim.THE DEALConAgra said Tuesday it will acquire private-label foods maker

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Propofol Woes Continue for UnitedHealth Over Hep C Outbreak

Julie Triedman, The Litigation Daily

October 29, 2014



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UPDATE 1-Dow Jones asks court to deny GT Advanced, Apple’s secrecy motion

Wed Oct 29, 2014 8:15am EDT

(Adds details from filing, background)
Oct 29 (Reuters) – Dow Jones & Co Inc, publisher of the Wall
Street Journal, has asked a court to deny a request by Apple Inc
and GT Advanced Technology Inc to keep under
seal some documents relating

Former WWE Wrestler Claims Bloody Match Gave Him Hepatitis

A former professional wrestler has filed a class action lawsuit against World Wrestling Entertainment claiming that he contracted Hepatitis C during one of the bloody wrestling matches he took part in.
Billy Jack Haynes wrestled for the WWE (then known as the WWF) from 1986 to 1988. In addition

BRIEF-Vaahto Group Vapate Oy unit files for bankruptcy

Wed Oct 29, 2014 10:05am EDT

Oct 29 (Reuters) – Vaahto Group Plc Oyj
* Vaahto Group Plc Oyjs subsidiary Vapate Oy files for
bankruptcy* Says Vapate Oy has sold all its unprofitable business
related to pulp, paper and board industry solutions during years
2013 and 2014* Company doesn’t

Settlement: California Paper Carriers Reach $3.2M Employment Class Action Settlement

October 29 2014Los Angeles, CA: Paper carriers who worked for the now bankrupt North County News in San Diego, have reached a $3.2 settlement potentially ending claims against Lee Publications Inc, that they were misclassified and undercompensated as independent contractors, and unfairly dinged for missed or wet papers.The employment