Paul, Reid
July 2011
Pharmaceutical Representative;Jul2011, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p14
The article offers updates in the pharmaceutical industry in the U.S., highlighting the Supreme Court's decisions that sided the industry. In the case of PLIVA versus Mensing, the Court ruled that generic drug firms should comply with federal regulations instead of conflicting state regulation in terms of updating warning labels. It also discusses the ruling of the Court on William Sorell versus IMS Health Inc. case.


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