Keyword: Department of Justice
Another Insys exec faces prison time for an elaborate scheme to pay doctors in return for stepped-up prescriptions for fentanyl spray Subsys.
Rising Pharma admitted to price fixing and working with a competitor to rig the market for its hypertension med.
Already facing thousands of civil suits, Johnson & Johnson and Teva could be facing a criminal investigation into their opioid businesses.
The co-founders of Outcome Health and several former executives have been charged by the Department of Justice in a $1 billion fraud scheme.
Teva and other generic companies have been engaged in settlement talks with federal prosecutors for the last 6 months, Bloomberg reports.
The Justice Department decided not to prosecute Outcome Health after more than a year investigating former employees' misconduct.
An industry-wide federal probe into drugmakers' use of charity foundations to subsidize patient co-pays has netted two more settlements.
Avanir has reached a settlement with the feds over a yearslong marketing and kickbacks probe for Nuedexta.
The FBI was running a criminal probe of the point-of-care marketer and its co-founders last November, a briefly unsealed court document showed.
With the feds sniffing around Indivior’s marketing of Suboxone film, the drugmaker’s former parent company is clearing its name for $1.4 billion.