CVS Seeks Exit From Proposed HIV Privacy Class Action

Law360 (May 15, 2018, 5:52 PM EDT) -- CVS on Monday sought to exit a proposed class action alleging the health and privacy of HIV/AIDS patients are threatened by a program that requires them to get their specialty medication only at a CVS pharmacy or by mail order, telling a California federal judge the whole complaint was “defective.”

CVS Pharmacy Inc., Caremark LLC and Caremark California Specialty Pharmacy LLC filed a motion to dismiss a suit alleging they targeted people who have prescription drug benefits administered through CVS Caremark and who need specialty medication...
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