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  • State legislators asked the state Department of Health to force UPMC back to the table with Highmark.  Rep. Bryan Barbin, Third Chair’s Hero of the Day, told the Department of Health: “If you tell us there’s nothing you can do to UPMC, you need to either get out of your job or you need to tell us what legislation we have to pass.” Here’s hoping the state can make those crazy kids at UPMC and Highmark work it out. [Post-Gazette]
  • Babst Calland opens a Charleston, West Virginia office to focus on Marcellus Shale and other natural resources litigation.  [Post-Gazette]
  • Ipso Facto’s Anti-Antagonist says too many litigators treat court-ordered mediation as a mere hurdle to litigation, instead of using the process to advance their clients’ best interests.  [Ipso Facto]
  • Mylan settles lawsuit with with Warner Chilcott.  [Pittsburgh Business Times]