Dey LP Strikes $5M Deal In State Court AWP Case

Law360, New York (January 7, 2009, 12:00 AM EST) -- Mylan Inc. subsidiary Dey LP and the state of Mississippi have reached a settlement agreement worth $5 million in a suit alleging that the state paid grossly excessive prices because Dey and a slew of other defendants fraudulently priced and marketed prescription drugs.

Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood and Dey LP's Chief Financial Officer Pam Marrs signed off on a settlement agreement and release last month that called on Dey to shell out $3,845,850 to Mississippi's Division of Medicaid, as well as pay more than $1...
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