The subscription based website, Law360, is reporting that GlaxoSmithKline, along with Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd, have both been named in an antitrust class action lawsuit. Both have been accused of conspiring to keep a generic epilepsy drug off the market in order to maximize profits.
The complaint has been brought by LOUISIANA WHOLESALE DRUG CO., INC., [LWD] on behalf of itself and all others similarly situated:
The 41 page document reveals that the case is brought on behalf of LWD and a class of all other persons or entities in the United States who directly purchased Lamictal brand lamotrigine tablets (“Lamictal Tablets”) from GSK and/or a generic version of Lamictal Tablets from Teva at any time during the Class Period of February 17, 2008 until the effects of Defendants’ conduct ceases (the “Class”)
Arise Sir Witty - time to sort out the mess left behind by old JP.
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