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Something Stinks. It Could Be This $1 Million Septic Tank Scam

It was announced earlier this month that defendants Mary Moore, Joseph Nouerand and Christopher Lincoln plead guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud for… get this… knowingly participating in a shame to fraudulently market and sell unnecessary and unneeded septic treatment products to consumers. The three acted in cahoots with other employees … Read more

The Misbranding of Vioxx Results In A Nearly $1 Billion Resolution

Last week the Justice Department announced that Merck, Sharp, & Dohme, an American pharmaceutical company, has agreed to resolve criminal charges and civil claims in relation to their promotion and marketing of the painkiller, Vioxx (rofecoxib) by paying $950 million. Yes, you read that right; just shy of $1 billion. Under the resolution terms, Mereck … Read more

FTC Asks To Restrict Pay-For-Delay Deals To Lower Consumers’ Health Care Costs

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has released a report of data pertaining to the 2011 fiscal year which showed that pharmaceutical companies continued an anticompetitive trend of paying potential generic rivals to delay the introduction of low-cost prescription drug alternatives for American consumers. If you’re like me, generic pharmaceutical drugs save my life, not only … Read more