Pharmacy Loses $20M In Its Suit Against Express Scripts
Law360 (January 28, 2019, 9:20 PM EST) -- HM Compounding Services LLC will pay Express Scripts Inc. $20 million, in a suit HM Compounding had initiated, after a judge found it breached its contract by refusing to collect copayments from customers, according to a consent judgment entered Monday in Missouri federal court.
HM Compounding’s 2014 suit backfired, with the pharmacy being hit with counterclaims, sanctions, reluctant counsel and a summary judgment order destroying its case, before finally walking away with a settlement as trial was set to begin. The consent judgment is the first peek into the suit’s end, as updates have been sealed since the Nov. 13 deal, with the exception of an order granting...
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