Canada High Court OKs Ban On Pharmacy-Brand Generics

Law360, New York (November 22, 2013, 7:01 PM EST) -- The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday that two drug stores in Ontario may not designate their own brand of generic drugs as “interchangeable” with the name-brand versions because it could lead to pharmacies sharing in the revenues of drug manufacturers.

Sanis Health Inc., a subsidiary of Shoppers Drug Mart Corp., was formed for the purpose of buying generic drugs from third-party fabricators and selling the drugs under the Sanis label in Shoppers Drug Mart stores, the court said. Katz Group Canada Inc., Pharma Plus Drug...
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