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Amgen Stock Drop Suit Booted By Supreme Court, But Not On Principle

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Former employees might not be able to sue Amgen regarding insider knowledge of Aranesp problems, but other firms could still face similar ERISA suits – and Amgen itself is still fighting litigation from disgruntled investors.

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