Topic: criminal case

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DOJ charges likely to hit only a few generics makers: Analysts

Generics makers lost $8.5 billion in value Thursday on news that the feds are prepping price-fixing charges against industry players. The good news: Though the danger is real--and quite significant--analysts figure it will be confined to only a few of the 12 companies that have received federal subpoenas.

Ex-Warner sales exec gets probation in prior auth HIPAA case

For pharma and a former Warner Chilcott manager, it could have been much worse. Ex-district manager Landon Eckles was sentenced to 1 year of probation and a fine of $10,000 for violating health privacy laws by filling out prior authorization forms for doctors who prescribed the Warner bone med Atelvia.