$61M Ends Sanofi Vaccine Antitrust Dispute

Law360, Los Angeles (January 27, 2017, 7:59 PM EST) -- Sanofi Pasteur Inc. has agreed to pay $61.5 million in a five-year class dispute brought by doctors alleging the drug company violated antitrust laws with contracts for its pediatric vaccines, according to an agreement filed in New Jersey federal court Friday.

A group of health care providers had filed the class action alleging that Sanofi used its market power to impose bundling-pricing contracts. (AP) A group of health care providers had filed the class action alleging that Sanofi used its market power to impose bundling-pricing contracts,...
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