Government Investigation of Pharmaceutical Company

We represented a pharmaceutical company in a government investigation into, among other things, alleged illegal off-label marketing of one of its drugs. This investigation is significant because the investigation became public when the fact of its existence (but not the fact that we are representing this company) was disclosed in securities filings with the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission (SEC). To date, no enforcement action has been taken.

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