Drug manufacturer Sanofi, in its latest filing in federal district court in New Jersey, called the new 340B administrative resolution system a false judicial process designed to punish drug companies.

Sanofi Calls 340B ADR System “a Faux Judicial Process”

Drug manufacturer Sanofi on Monday struck back at the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) for opposing its Feb. 2 motion in a federal lawsuit requesting an injunction against the 340B program’s new administrative dispute resolution (ADR) process.

“The government is eager to smear Sanofi in this case—accusing Sanofi of halting the shipment of covered drugs to contract pharmacies in a ‘brazen’ attempt to upend the 340B program,” Sanofi said in a March 8 response to DOJ’s Feb. 25 brief arguing why the court shouldn’t grant the injunction that Sanofi wants. “If anyone has disrupted the 340B program here, it is the government.”

Drug manufacturer Sanofi on Monday struck back at the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) for opposing its Feb. 2 motion in a federal lawsuit requesting an injunction against the 340B program’s new administrative dispute resolution (ADR) process.

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