A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit by 1,300 former players against the NFL, writing that the...
Fourteen owners or employees of a Massachusetts pharmacy were charged Wednesday in connection...
Actavis confirmed that it is filing an emergency appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit seeking to immediately overturn a lower court ruling requiring the Company to continue distribution of NAMENDA (memantine HCl) immediate-release tablets.
The justices left in place a lower court ruling that blocked rules that regulate where and how women can take drugs that induce abortion. The rules also would prohibit the use of the abortion medications after the seventh week of pregnancy instead of the ninth.
New York's attorney general says a drug manufacturer has been ordered to halt plans to discontinue its widely used Alzheimer's medication, allegedly in an effort to drive patients to a newer patented drug.
District Judge Darlene Byrne rejected arguments from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The agency argued that the name of the company should be kept secret for public security reasons.
A prosecutor says he expects lawsuits following the passage of an updated lethal injection law that will make it impossible to carry out the Feb. 11 execution of a condemned child killer as planned.
Philadelphia's Transportation Authority has filed a lawsuit against Gilead Sciences over the pricing of its hepatitis C drug. Gilead has been selling a 12-week treatment of Sovaldi in the United States for approximately $84,000, or $1,000 per pill.
At issue was a requirement that would have told drugmakers they couldn't restrict distribution of drugs that could be used in executions. Opponents of the requirement expected the European Union would quickly ban the export of the anesthetic propofol to the U.S. if Ohio's bill became law.
Companies providing Ohio with lethal injection drugs would have their names shielded for at least 20 years, under a bill scheduled for a possible vote that lawmakers say is needed to restart executions in the state.
The review was requested by the school Senate last year in response to a decade-old controversy surrounding the death of Dan Markingson, who committed suicide while participating in an antipsychotic drug study at the University of Minnesota.
A paralegal recently fired by French drugmaker Sanofi has filed a whistleblower lawsuit, claiming she was discharged after protesting an alleged kickback scheme to increase U.S. sales of its insulin medicines.
Two former Eli Lilly and Co. employees who were accused of sending trade secrets worth more than $55 million to a competing Chinese drug company will no longer face charges, the U.S. attorney's office announced Friday.
Cyberthieves may be targeting those involved in mergers, acquisitions and other market-moving events.
Meda Pharmaceuticals and Cipla have sued Apotex in Federal District Court in Delaware to enforce the Orange-Book listed patents covering Dymista Nasal Spray in response to Apotex's submission to the FDA of an Abbreviated New Drug Application.
A medical waste burning facility cited for toxic emissions has agreed to pay Utah a $2.3 million fine and move its facility to a more rural area, state officials announced Monday. Stericycle would only pay half of the fine if it moves its plant from North Salt Lake City to Tooele County as planned. It must move within three years of getting necessary permits.
A fifth person has pleaded guilty to participating in a 2010 Connecticut warehouse heist that prosecutors say involved up to $100 million in prescription drugs. Cuban citizen and Miami resident Rafael Lopez pleaded guilty to a federal charge of deliberately hiding his knowledge of a felony.
Mylan has confirmed that it and several subsidiaries have been sued by several Baxter subsidiaries in connection with the filing of an Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) with the FDA for Esmolol HCl in Sodium Chloride Injection.
Google paid $500 million to settle a U.S. Justice Department investigation that alleged the company's top executives allowed ads for illegal pharmaceutical drugs to be distributed through its marketing network. Yet it is far and away the leader in online search and owns other widely used services such as Android and Chrome.
A New York couple who said Botox treatment of their son's cerebral palsy left him with life-threatening complications and sued its manufacturer won a $6.75 million verdict from a federal jury on Thursday.
Sucampo Pharmaceuticals has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Dr. Reddy's Laboratories related to an Abbreviated New Drug Application filed with the FDA to market, sell and use a generic version of the 8 mcg and 24 mcg AMITIZA soft gelatin capsule products.
The family of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan has reached a settlement with Dallas Presbyterian Hospital. Also, the last remaining Ebola patient in the U.S., Dr. Craig Spencer, was released from the hospital.
Jurors who convicted a University of Pittsburgh researcher of first-degree murder in the cyanide poisoning death of his wife say they didn't find his explanations believable and were moved by a 911 call.
The Food and Drug Administration is suing one company for allegedly failing to properly test its ingredients.
A health care millionaire who fatally drugged her developmentally disabled son was convicted of manslaughter Wednesday in what her defense portrayed as a mercy killing by a mother trying to escape a labyrinth of fear and despair.
In a win for Valeant and Pershing Square, a federal judge has decided that they can vote in takeover target Allergan's upcoming shareholder meeting. Allergan said in a statement Tuesday that it will file an emergency appeal.
A Phoenix man accused of selling fake sexual stimulation products online has been sentenced to two years of supervised probation. Maricopa County prosecutors say 68-year-old Melvin John Rutkowski was sentenced Monday for attempt to commit fraud schemes.
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