MINNEAPOLIS – A federal judge certified a class claiming that pacemaker-maker St. Jude Medical misled shareholders about the safety of defibrillator leads.
Back in 2011, the Minnesota device maker reached a $16 million settlement with the Justice Department over kickback allegations. Forsta AP-Fonden and Danske Invest Management are the lead plaintiffs in the shareholder class action.
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