Insys Therapeutics Inc.’s legal woes deepened as New York’s attorney general filed a lawsuit seeking at least $75 million from the company.
A federal judge sentenced Aegerion for improperly marketing a cholesterol drug and ordered that some of the $40.1 million it agreed to pay to resolve a U.S. investigation go to the victims.
A U.S. charity offering assistance to patients on out-of-pocket drug costs sued the federal government over restrictions on its ability to communicate with drugmakers who donate to it.
Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories will pay $5 million to resolve claims that the Indian company sold prescription drugs in the U.S. in packaging not tested for child safety.
A large group of U.S. states accused key players in the generic drug industry of a broad price-fixing conspiracy, moving to widen an earlier lawsuit to add many more drugmakers and medicines in an action that sent some company shares tumbling.
The billionaire founder of Insys Therapeutics Inc. was arrested on U.S. charges that he participated in a scheme to bribe doctors to prescribe a fentanyl-based cancer pain drug, marking a step by authorities to fight the opioid epidemic.
President Donald Trump’s pick for U.S. drug czar withdrew after it become public that he spearheaded a bill that undercut the government’s power to crack down on opioid makers that were flooding the market with the addictive painkillers.
(Reuters) – Novo Nordisk will pay nearly $58.7 million to resolve claims the drugmaker’s sales staff downplayed the importance of U.S. Food and Drug Administration-mandated warnings about the cancer risks of its diabetes medication Victoza. The U.S. Justice Department said Tuesday’s settlement would resolve claims Novo Nordisk supplied its sales representatives with information to […]
Insys Therapeutics Inc. agreed to pay $4.45 million to resolve a lawsuit by Illinois’ attorney general claiming it deceptively marketed an addictive fentanyl-based cancer pain drug for off-label uses.
More than 400 people – including doctors and nurses – have been charged with defrauding Medicare and other federal healthcare programs of $1.3 billion, with many accused of illegally distributing opioids and other narcotics, the Justice Department said.