Consumers that were targeted by TriVita Inc. as part of its cactus juice scam will be reimbursed approximately $3 million, the FTC has announced.
The FTC has announced that Cardinal Health has agreed to settle charges that it maintained an illegal monopoly over 25 local markets.
The court concluded that the analysis set by the U.S. Supreme Court in FTC vs. Actavis applies to alleged “pay-for-delay” pharmaceutical patent settlements.
Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals recently won its appeal of a $40 million judgment ordered by a federal district judge regarding the double-blind placebo tests.
Mr. Wallace’s statements were shocking to say the least, and did more than just accuse Tiversa of providing inaccurate data to the FTC on the LabMD breach.
The U.S. Supreme Court recently held that the North Carolina State Dental Board Examiners did not have the authority to regulate teeth-whitening services.
The FTC has announced that it has voted to approve the final orders to settle charges against PaymentsMD and its former CEO, Michael C. Hughes.
ProMedica, in a well-publicized petition to the U.S. Supreme Court, has sought to overturn a 6th Circuit ruling equiring them to divest St. Luke’s Hospital.
The 9th Circuit has upheld a district court’s ruling order St. Luke’s Health System to unwind its purchase of the Saltzer Medical Group from FTC’s complaint