Halsey exec Herman found guilty
Following a four-week jury trial, former VP-manufacturing Hedviga Herman is found guilty on four counts on June 2. She was charged on July 12, 1993, along with four other Halsey execs, including former president and CEO Jay Marcus, with conspiracy to obstruct the regulatory function of FDA; shipping adulterated and unapproved new drugs in interstate commerce; making false statements to FDA; and obstruction of an FDA inspection. The other four execs pled guilty to the charges ("The Pink Sheet" May 16, T&G-10)...
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