New York Jury urges Drug Dealers to be Liable to United States
New York jury has urged drug makers to hold themselves liable for the US
Allergan has misleadingly marketed opioid drugs as low-risk addicts, a lawyer in the New York City county said on Tuesday to jurors and urged them to hold businesses liable. Teva Pharmaceutical Industries (Teva.TA), Endo International (ENDP.O) and Abbvie Inc’s (ABBV.N).
The drug makers and largest drug distributors of the country – AmerisourceBergen Corp (ABC.N), Cardinal Health Inc. (CAH.N) and McKesson Corp (MCK.N), Jayne Conroy, representing Suffolk County also said it had not reported, at its request. Suspected ordering for opioid. From 1999 to 2019, nearly 500,000 people were killed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States.
The non-juridical trials in several California counties and three distributors in the city and the county of Western Virginia are already under way in cases brought against the four drug makers. Walmart Inc (WMT.N), Rite Aid Corp (RAD.N), CVS Health Corp (CVS.N) and Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc (WBA.O) have also been sued by the New York Counciations. However, they are being dismissed. Without disclosure of terms, CVS said it had resolved, while Walmart and Rite Aid refused comments.