Yahoo Web Search

  1. The Chapter 11 filing on Sunday in White Plains, New York, is designed to short-circuit more than 2,000 lawsuits against Purdue and its owners, the billionaire Sackler family. The settlement ...

  2. The settlement could be valued at up to $12 billion, they said, which would make it the largest such settlement in U.S. pharmaceutical history. * Merck & Co $4.85 billion, 2007 - Three years ...

  3. The proposal, part of litigation consolidating about 2,000 lawsuits against opioid manufacturers, retailers and others seeking damages for the epidemic, calls for creating a class of up to 3,000 ...

  4. Business Highlights

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceSep 13 21:10 PM

    Lawmakers investigating the market dominance of Big Tech are asking Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple for a broad range of documents including internal communications. Letters went out to the ...

  5. U.S... and Summit counties in Ohio. Polster also rejected efforts by Purdue, pharmacies such as Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc and drug distributors such as AmerisourceBergen Corp ...

  6. Wrecking Purdue Pharma Won’t Help Opioid Victims

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 18 15:05 PM

    I thought of that line on Monday, the day after Purdue Pharma LP filed for bankruptcy, and the day ahead of the first court hearing before the respected U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge ...

  7. Purdue’s Bankruptcy Deal Has Holes the Size of 24 States

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 17 16:06 PM

    Purdue said the point of its court filing late Sunday night was to get protection from thousands of lawsuits tied to its aggressive sales of addictive opioids. To make that stick, it ...

  8. U.S. judge says opioid litigation can proceed toward trial

    Reuters via Yahoo FinanceSep 03 17:40 PM

    A U.S. judge on Tuesday rejected efforts by drugmakers, distributors and pharmacies to dismiss claims that they caused the nation's opioid crisis, clearing the way for a scheduled landmark trial ...

  9. A U.S. judge on Tuesday rejected efforts by major drugmakers, pharmacies and distributors to dismiss claims that they caused the nation's opioid crisis, clearing the way for a scheduled landmark ...

  10. It is giving itself to these claimants without them even having to prevail in the litigation,” Marshall Huebner, a Davis, Polk & Wardwell lawyer representing Purdue, told the court.