Opioid Litigation Pushes American Pain Society Into Bankruptcy
Labeled by plaintiffs as a 'front group' for opioid makers, the organization was pulled into the multidistrict litigation in Ohio and filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in June. It ceased operations in July.
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