Lawsuits vs. Big Pharma: What can be learned from previous legal battles against Big Tobacco?

Lawsuits vs. Big Pharma: What can be learned from previous legal battles against Big Tobacco?

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Earlier this week, where a state judge in Oklahoma ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay the state $572 million for intentionally playing down the dangers and overselling the benefits of opioids. The decision fell short of the $17 billion that Oklahoma was seeking as reimbursement addiction treatment, drug courts, and other costs of the epidemic. But it opens the company to similar suits in every other state in America. Meanwhile, Purdue Pharma, the makers of OxyContyn offered $10-12 billion to ... See More

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