A federal district judge yesterday denied Sanofi's emergency request for a stay against 340B ADR proceedings, in part because she said she will rule in Sanofi's 340B contract pharmacy lawsuit on or before Nov. 5.

News Alert: Judge Denies Sanofi Stay Against 340B ADR Proceedings, as Stakeholders Brace for Coming Whirlwind of Crucial Decisions in 340B Cases

A federal district judge in New Jersey has denied drug manufacturer Sanofi’s emergency motion for a stay against 340B administrative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings—in part because she said she will hand down her decision in Sanofi’s 340B contract pharmacy lawsuit on or before Nov. 5.

U.S. Chief District Judge Freda Wolfson’s Oct. 14 order denying Sanofi’s motion came two days after a federal court hearing in Washington, D.C., on Novartis and United Therapeutics’ (UT) contract pharmacy lawsuits and three days before a crucial court hearing in Delaware in AstraZeneca’s contract pharmacy suit. A federal district judge in Indianapolis heard arguments in Lilly’s contract pharmacy lawsuit in late July and is expected to hand down her ruling at any time.

A federal district judge in New Jersey has denied drug manufacturer Sanofi’s emergency motion for a stay against 340B administrative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings—in part because she said she will hand down her decision in Sanofi’s 340B contract pharmacy lawsuit on or before Nov. 5.

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