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Teva Settles Provigil Pay-For-Delay Class Action; Will FTC Deal Follow?

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Executive Summary

Teva plays it safe in $512 million agreement with direct purchasers, even though AstraZeneca won a jury verdict in similar suit, the first to go to trial since Supreme Court’s FTC v. Actavis decision.

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