Actavis Inks $1.1M Deal In ADHD Medication Antitrust Suit

By Melissa Angell (May 25, 2021, 8:46 PM EDT) -- A proposed class of parents and caregivers who've accused Actavis of violating antitrust laws by delaying alternatives to its attention deficit hyperactivity disorder medication Intuniv have asked a Massachusetts federal judge to preliminarily approve a $1.1 million settlement with the drugmaker.

In a 17-page motion for preliminary approval filed Monday, class counsel explained that Actavis will dole out $1.1 million as a settlement payment to the indirect purchaser class. Members of the settlement class would be able to receive payments proportionate to the amount of tablets of brand-name or generic Intuniv that they purchased from November 2012 to the present....

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