Despite Guilty Plea, OxyContin CEO Claims It Was All Someone Else’s Fault

The former CEO and chief legal officer of Purdue Pharma – who pled guilty for their role in a $634 million settlement that ended an investigation into the company’s marketing of OxyContin – have sued to overturn the Health and Human Services department’s decision to bar them from working with companies that do business with the federal government.

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