Teva Plans To Appeal EU Provigil Fine
Teva And Cephalon Affiliate Fined €60.5m Over ‘Pay-For-Delay’ Deal
Teva plans to begin appeal proceedings, the firm has told Generics Bulletin, after being fined €60.5m ($72m) by the European Commission over an historic “pay-for-delay” arrangement covering subsidiary firm Cephalon’s Provigil (modafinil).
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