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Thursday, January 15, 2009

Lilly Does Indeed Settle Off-Label Marketing Cases; Includes Misdemeanor Plea

One story is here.  Lilly pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor violation of the FDCA and is paying a $515 million fine, described as the largest fine in history.  The balance of the $1.4 million will go to settle civil claims, both federal and from individual states.

(Other material was posted here; I have removed it.)

--BC

(who has done consulting work for pharma companies, though not Lilly, and not in quite a while, maybe around a year)

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Eli Lilly: Indy-based pharmaceutical company pleads guilty to promoting Zyprexa for unapproved uses; is slapped with $1.4 billion criminal fine, the largest ever placed on a U.S. company.

Zyprexa Claims being Stonewalled.
Where is the money going as many victim claimants haven't been paid yet?

Something fishy going on here?
Daniel Haszard www.zyprexa-victims.com

Posted by: Jehovahinfo | Jan 17, 2009 6:50:53 AM

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