The federal government yesterday opposed Sanofi's request to a judge to grant it emergency protection from 340B dispute resolution proceedings.

Feds Oppose Sanofi’s Request for Emergency Protection Against 340B ADR Proceedings

The federal government yesterday asked a federal district judge to deny drug manufacturer Sanofi’s request for emergency protection from being brought before a 340B administrative dispute resolution panel.

Sanofi asked the judge for an emergency stay last week. The National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) wants a 340B ADR panel to declare that Sanofi’s restrictions on health centers’ ability to buy the company’s products at 340B prices are illegal. NACHC asked the panel to order Sanofi to lift the restrictions and repay centers for overcharges.

The federal government yesterday asked a federal district judge to deny drug manufacturer Sanofi’s request for emergency protection from being brought before a 340B administrative dispute resolution panel.

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