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By David Niemeier, Kathleen Howard on August 6, 2019 at 10:30 AM

Pill bottle spilled out onto a tableOklahoma is making history in its pending multi-billion-dollar opioid case against Johnson & Johnson, in which the state is accusing the drug manufacturer of irresponsible marketing practices that allowed it to profit from the opioid crisis. The parties await a final decision from Oklahoma Circuit Judge Thad Balkman after a seven-week bench trial that concluded July 15.

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By David Niemeier, Kathleen Howard on May 6, 2019 at 10:30 AM

White pills spilling from medicine bottle on to US currencyAccording to the Department of Justice (DOJ), the opioid crisis in the United States is now a national public health emergency. Unfortunately, such pervasive opioid use is presenting prime opportunities for drug manufacturers, health care providers and pharmacies to make money by engaging in various illegal kickback schemes.

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