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US: SCOTUS declines antitrust case against Pfizer over Lipitor

 |  October 10, 2018
On on Tuesday the US Supreme Court declined to review the dismissal of a lawsuit involving a group of California pharmacists who allege Pfizer conspired with Ranbaxy Laboratories to delay sales of generic versions of its cholesterol drug Lipitor.
The justices let stand a ruling by the 3rd US Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia dismissing the pharmacists’ case on the grounds that the lawsuit failed to allege a violation of California antitrust law.
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