On 10 March 2020, the UK’s Court of Appeal dismissed the Competition and Market Authority’s (“CMA”) appeal against a 2018 ruling by the Competition Appeals Tribunal (“CAT”) that quashed the CMA’s 2016 fine imposed on Pfizer and Flynn for charging excessive and unfair prices for phenytoin sodium (an anti-epilepsy drug) capsules. Pfizer had originally been fined £ 84.2
The UK Court of Appeal of England and Wales dismisses the Competition Authority’s appeal against a ruling quashing the fines imposed on two pharmaceutical companies for charging excessive and unfair prices for an anti-epilepsy drug (Pfizer / Flynn)
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