CVS Ducks Sentry Data's Antitrust Claim, For Now

By Matthew Perlman (August 28, 2018, 4:52 PM EDT) -- A Florida federal judge on Tuesday dismissed an antitrust claim from Sentry Data Systems Inc. alleging CVS is unlawfully forcing health care providers to use its 340B Drug Pricing Program administrator Wellpartner LLC, but left intact allegations the pharmacy giant misappropriated trade secrets to steal customers.

U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom issued an order partially granting CVS Pharmacy Inc.'s motion to dismiss, nixing a Sherman Act claim that alleged it used its market power as a pharmacy to force providers participating in the federal 340B program to use its own administrator rather than competitors like Sentry. The judge found that while...

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