The case against ex-Glaxo Counsel, Lauren Stevens, may be dropped according to press reports this past week or so. King and Spalding, Glaxo's team of highly paid lawyers, will breathe a sigh of relief if the Judge rules in Steven's favour.
The indictment accused the Glaxo official, Lauren C. Stevens of Durham, N.C., of lying to the Food and Drug Administration in 2003, by writing letters, as associate general counsel, denying that doctors speaking at company events had promoted Wellbutrin for uses not approved by the agency. Ms. Stevens “made false statements and withheld documents she recognized as incriminating,” including slides the F.D.A. had sought during its investigation, the indictment stated. [Back story]
It would appear she may get off on a technicality - don't you just love the law!
Anyway, these are for you Lauren.
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'THE EVIDENCE, HOWEVER, IS CLEAR...THE SEROXAT SCANDAL' By Bob Fiddaman
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