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November 6, 2019

Teva earnings preview: Opioid suits are ‘key’

Analysts say the terms from a global settlement around opioids will impact shares in the future
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October 30, 2019

The Opioids Deal

Drug industry and ravaged communities seek an opioids deal. That won’t come easy — or end the crisis.
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October 24, 2019

Ohio opioid settlement could set precedent for California cases

Following a major settlement in Ohio this week, California counties could be a step closer to getting the drug industry to pay for damages associated with the opioid epidemic.
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October 30, 2019

Teva, others settle Ohio opioid cases; Q3 earnings; First in Human

Four companies cited in a lawsuit from counties in Ohio seeking to place blame for the ongoing opioid epidemic have settled the so-called bellwether case for a total of $265 million, attorney Hunter Shkolnik, who represents the counties, told S&P Global Market Intelligence.
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October 21, 2019

1st Federal Opioid Crisis Trial to Focus on Distribution

First federal trial on U.S. opioid crisis is to focus on how powerful prescription painkillers were distributed.
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October 21, 2019

The opioid crisis is forcing more kids into the foster system

West Union, Ohio — Four major drug companies reached a last-minute settlement Monday, avoiding the first federal trial in the opioid epidemic. The companies, McKesson, Cardinal Health, AmerisourceBergen and Teva Pharmaceutical, reached a settlement totaling $260 million with two counties in Ohio.
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October 22, 2019

Ohio governor convenes talks with lawyers in opioid lawsuits

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said Tuesday that he has convened a meeting with the state attorney general and lawyers for cities and counties involved in the national opioid litigation to discuss how millions in settlement dollars might be spent.
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October 21, 2019

2 Ohio Counties Reach Settlement In Lawsuit Over Opioid Epidemic

Three U.S. drug distributors and a manufacturer reached a last-minute deal with two Ohio counties Monday, avoiding what would have been the first trial in a federal case on the opioid crisis.
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