Pfizer Settles $345M EpiPen Consumers Suit, But Viatris Marches On
After four years of litigation, Pfizer has reached a preliminary settlement over allegations that it devised an “illegal scheme” with Viatris’ Mylan establish a monopoly for the EpiPen autoinjector device.
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