Law360 (November 14, 2018, 3:50 PM EST) -- Health benefits providers that refunded members for the cost of Allergan's dry-eye medication Restasis will be able to move forward on the majority of the state law claims the drugmaker wanted thrown out, a New York federal judge overseeing multidistrict antitrust litigation has ruled.
In an order filed Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Nina Gershon gave a partial win to the end-payors, keeping alive six of eight state antitrust claims that Allergan PLC had moved to shut down in the sprawling litigation accusing the company of taking extraordinary actions to keep Restasis — which earned $1.4 billion last year — from facing...
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