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FTC Accuses Cephalon of Buying Off Generic Competition
February 14, 2008
Cephalon’s “anticompetitive conduct” to protect its top-selling product, which involved paying four firms to refrain from selling generic versions of Provigil until 2012, extended the company’s monopoly on the drug beyond the scope of its patent protection and cost patients and payers millions of dollars a year, the FTC alleges in a complaint against the company.
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