The US District Court for the District of Ohio grants summary judgement in a class action suit alleging that a drug manufacturer’s rebates to pharmacy benefit managers to obtain an exclusive listing do not violate the Sherman Act (Wyeth / J.B.D.L)

A U.S. District Court in Ohio granted summary judgment for defendants in a class action suit alleging that a drug manufacturer's rebates to pharmacy benefit managers in order to obtain an exclusive listing in the PBMs' drug formulary violated Section 1 of the Sherman Act. The plaintiffs,

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Toby G. Singer, The US District Court for the District of Ohio grants summary judgement in a class action suit alleging that a drug manufacturer’s rebates to pharmacy benefit managers to obtain an exclusive listing do not violate the Sherman Act (Wyeth / J.B.D.L), 13 June 2005, e-Competitions June 2005, Art. N° 33846

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