A federal appeals court is questioning whether a lower court's ruling in Lilly's 340B contract pharmacy suit is "ready for appellate review."

Appeals Court Raises Procedural Questions About Lilly’s 340B Contract Pharmacy Case

Drug manufacturer Lilly’s appeal of a federal district judge’s ruling late last month in the company’s 340B contract pharmacy lawsuit has hit a procedural snag.

In an unsigned pair of orders on Tuesday, the federal appeals court in Chicago questioned whether U.S. Senior District Judge Sarah Evans Barker of the Southern District of Indiana issued a final judgement on Oct. 29 in Lilly’s case against the federal government that is appealable.

Drug manufacturer Lilly’s appeal of a federal district judge’s ruling late last month in the company’s 340B contract pharmacy lawsuit has hit a procedural snag.

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