False Claims Act

Astellas, DOJ settle for $7.3M

Astellas, DOJ settle for $7.3M

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Astellas has settled a False Claims case with the Department of Justice over the 2010-2013 marketing of an antifungal medication. Astellas denies the allegations.

US Attorney scrutinizes Copaxone marketing

The US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York is examining how Teva has marketed MS drug Copaxone and Parkinson's medication Azilect since 2006.

J&J marketing triggers $2.2B payout

J&J marketing triggers $2.2B payout

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The company will shell out $2.2 billion over allegations of marketing misconduct for Risperdal, Invega and Natrecor.

Novartis sued for alleged speaker-program abuse

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The Swiss drug maker is defending itself against two civil fraud lawsuits filed within a week of each other.

Amgen pleads guilty, takes CIA in $762 million False Claims Act case

Amgen pleads guilty, takes CIA in $762 million False Claims Act case

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Amgen "marketed the spread" between the price practices pay for Aranesp and that patients pay as a means of driving sales—to the point of having speakers tell docs that they could make a million more each year by prescribing the Amgen anemia drug over its competitor, Procrit.

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