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FTC Makes Double Reverse Payment Case Against Endo And Impax

Deal Over Opana ER Prompts Complaint By Competition Regulator

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The generics firm essentially paid the brand to keep its product off the market, FTC alleges in case about Opana ER litigation. Endo considered bringing back its original formulation of oxymorphone but instead reached agreement with Impax to share profits of its generic, antitrust suit claims.

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