FTC’s $448m AbbVie win overturned
FTC secures partial win against AbbVie
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Pharmaceutical companies AbbVie and Besins Healthcare have been ordered to pay the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) $448 million for using “sham litigation” to block access to generic versions of a testosterone drug.
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