Regulatory Affairs

Proposal Would Ban Pay-for-Delay Deals

U.S. lawmakers Wednesday introduced a bill that would prohibit patent litigation settlements in which a brand drugmaker compensates a generic drugmaker to delay sales of a competing generic drug, commonly referred to as “pay-for-delay” deals. Read More

Government to Fight Off-Label Promotions With FCA Post Caronia

Prosecutors appear ready to lean more heavily on the False Claims Act in prosecuting off-label marketing cases, sidestepping a ruling in the U.S. Second Circuit that found off-label promotion was protected free speech and not prosecutable under the 1938 FD&C Act. Read More