CVS Strikes 2-Part Deal in Md. Privacy, Expired Goods Probe

Law360, New York (August 28, 2013, 2:38 PM EDT) -- The attorney general of Maryland announced Wednesday that CVS Pharmacy Inc. and the state have entered into a two-pronged settlement resolving allegations the company sold expired products and improperly disposed of patient records containing sensitive financial and medical information.

CVS has agreed to pay a quarter-million dollars in penalties and institute new training and safety protocols under the deal, which also follows similar settlements with state agencies in compelling the pharmacy chain to offer $2 coupons to any customer who finds an expired product on its...
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