Keyword: Justice Department
A New York drug distributor will no longer sell opioids, saying the legal costs associated with them are just too high.
J&J has been defending itself against thousands of lawsuits claiming harm from talc, but it also as a criminal probe to contend with, Bloomberg reports.
The Justice Department has filed felony criminal charges against a New York pharmaceutical distributor and two of its executives.
Pfizer is responding to a demand from a U.S. Attorney's office for records on EpiPens it manufactured for Mylan that failed during emergencies.
From pharma exec to attorney general? HHS Secretary Alex Azar is on a list of candidates to replace Jeff Sessions if he resigns, the WSJ reports.
It turns out it's not a good idea to kill the messenger, so to speak. As AmerisourceBergen found out, it can become an $885 million hit.
A lawsuit from Massachusetts is the first to target Purdue executives and directors, according to the state's attorney general.
Sanofi is off the hook with Justice Department in a foreign bribery investigation but is still talking with the SEC about the matter.
AmerisourceBergen has received a grand jury subpoena to supply info to the DOJ about its testing of a syringe made at its PharMEDium lab in Tennessee.
Lawyers for former Insys sales executive Jeffrey Pearlman asked the court to censure the term "opioid crisis" during his kickbacks trial.