Feds Show Valeant Jury Spending Records, Doctored Emails

Law360, New York (May 16, 2018, 8:25 PM EDT) -- Prosecutors who charged a manager at drug giant Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. and the CEO of a mail-order pharmacy with defrauding Valeant out of $9.7 million wrapped up their case on Wednesday by showing jurors evidence of email tampering and records of the defendants' outlays on a private jet and a luxury hotel.

The government has worked for two weeks to convince a New York federal jury that Andrew Davenport, the CEO of Philidor Rx Services LLC, and Gary Tanner, a Valeant employee in charge of the company's work with Philidor, conspired to have Valeant move to acquire Philidor and share...

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