Federal officials relied “on sound statutory interpretation and sufficient evidence” when it concluded in May that United Therapeutics (UT) broke the law when it conditioned access to 340B pricing on its products, government lawyers told a federal district judge yesterday.

In Strongly Worded Brief in United Therapeutics Case, Feds Defend 340B Contract Pharmacy Actions

Federal officials relied “on sound statutory interpretation and sufficient evidence” when it concluded in May that United Therapeutics (UT) broke the law when it conditioned access to 340B pricing on its products, government lawyers told a federal district judge in the District of Columbia yesterday.

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