Tag: price gouging

Epinephrine Development in Stealth Mode

Stealth Mode Company Granted Patent for Sublingual Epinephrine Tablet

We've been reporting on the progress of AQST-109 by Aquestive Therapeutics, a postage-stamp-sized film placed under the tongue that provides epinephrine in an anaphylactic...
Epipen sticks to carrier tube

Governor Supports Bill to Cap Out-of-Pocket Costs for Epinephrine Auto-Injectors, Asthma...

State governments need to step in now that Build Back Better, which has provisions to deal with the rising costs of prescription drugs, is stalled in Congress.
Ben and EpiPens

Who Benefits Most from Pfizer’s $345M EpiPen Price Gouging Settlement? Not...

One-third of the total award will go to the law firms that represented consumers in the suit.
Bresch and Manchin

Politics and Greed: Who Benefited from the EpiPen Price Gouging Scandal?

"To get into something you don’t understand and your daughter being in this type of industry – it was best I stayed away."

Court Documents Show Mylan CEO Heather Bresch Played Integral Role in...

Bresch pressured counterpart at Pfizer to drop competing product.
Ben and EpiPens

Pfizer Proposes $345 Million Settlement Over EpiPen Price Gouging

Pfizer and subsidiaries deny any wrongdoing in settlement.
Robert Coury

Exec Who Told the Food Allergy Community to F— Themselves Received...

Robert Coury is no stranger to huge bonuses despite public outcry.

Ruling Allows Millions to Join Lawsuit in EpiPen Racketeering Case

US District Judge Daniel Crabtree ruled numerous lawsuits against the marketer and manufacturer of EpiPen may proceed as a nationwide class-action under a federal racketeering statute.
Keller Rohrbach

Have You Paid $100 or More for an EpiPen? Here’s How...

Attorneys are working on a class-action lawsuit to seek justice for the strain rising EpiPen costs have put on people dealing with food allergies.
Sen Blumenthal with EpiPen

Senator Blumenthal Demands Mylan Lower Price for Life-Saving Epipen

‘This is heartbreaking that I work full time and literally cannot afford this medication that would save my beautiful two year old,’ one Connecticut mother wrote the Senator.