Pfizer

Pfizer, Inc. /ˈfaɪzər/ is an American multinational pharmaceutical corporation headquartered in New York City, and with its research headquarters in Groton, Connecticut, United States. It is one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies by revenues.Pfizer develops and produces medicines and vaccines for a wide range of medical disciplines, including immunology, oncology, cardiology, diabetology/endocrinology, and neurology.
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  • Employer Forum – Dismissal & Firing (May 2017)

    … transformational change with some amazing organizations. He was part of the team that launched Sprint PCS where he standardized technology for Pfizer throughout their European operations, and ran both business and technical integration projects for some of the largest mergers & acquisitions in the pharmaceutical space. This work lead to me being named…

    Wendy Woloshyn/ kentemploymentlaw.com- 8 readers -
  • Fairness in Class Actions Bill Anything But…

    … to support the measure. The Chamber and leadership was able to railroad the bill through the House but now people are waking up and realizing just how serious this legislation is to our legal system. The good news is that it is not too late. Contact your Senator and let them know how terrible this legislation is. Even if your two Senators are Democrats…

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  • Fairness in Class Actions Bill Anything But…

    … to support the measure. The Chamber and leadership was able to railroad the bill through the House but now people are waking up and realizing just how serious this legislation is to our legal system. The good news is that it is not too late. Contact your Senator and let them know how terrible this legislation is. Even if your two Senators are Democrats…

    Due Diligence- 11 readers -
  • MassHealth Fraud Lawyer – 2016 In Review

    … and the Massachusetts Medicaid Fraud Division, their efforts have barely made a dent in the state’s burgeoning fraud epidemic. Without whistleblowers, the state doesn’t have a chance. To better understand why we say whistleblowers are so necessary, let’s look at some facts. Medicaid is the health insurer of last resort. In Massachusetts, Medicaid is called…

    Due Diligence- 27 readers -
  • FCPA Foreign Bribery Active Investigations – Last Call for Whistleblowers

    …, AstraZeneca PLC, Eli Lilly & Co. and GlaxoSmithKline PLC. Petróleo Brasileiro SA – Petrobras Name a country that isn’t investigating Petrobas! The company seems to be on everyone’s regulatory radar. If you know of any wrongdoing by the company, call us! Rio Tinto PLC Rio Tinto shares “honors” with Petrobas for always being in the wrong place…

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  • Dallas Zoloft® Birth Defect Lawyers

    … to Zoloft is craniosynostosis, which is a congenital birth defect which affects the baby’s skull, making it close earlier than required and resulting in a head that’s shaped in an abnormal manner. Zoloft has also been linked to babies born with holes in their hearts, abnormal bone growth, club foot, spina bifida, and many other birth defects…

    Jeff Rasansky/ Rasansky Law Firm- 30 readers -
  • Activist Takes on Mislabeled Pharmaceuticals

    …. Lipitor is a well known cholesterol lowering medication made by Pfizer. Shortly after Pfizer’s drug patent expired in 2011, generic atorvastatin began showing up in the U.S. marketplace. Much of it coming from India and a company called Apotex. Although headquartered in Canada, Apotex manufacturers in India. Unfortunately for consumers, Apotex has…

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  • Breaking News – Pfizer Settles Whistleblower Case $785 mm

    … to the states and offered at the same low price to Medicaid recipients. These so-called “best price” rules are designed to save tax dollars and make drugs more affordable. The whistleblower bringing these allegations is a New Orleans physician named William St. John LaCorte. The second case was brought by Lauren Keiff, a sales representative for AstraZeneca…

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  • New Front in War Against Bad Pharma – the FCPA

    … to reward doctors’ prescriptions of Pfizer products. The company also set up a “point program” that allowed government doctors to accumulate points based on the number of Pfizer prescriptions they wrote. The points were redeemable for gifts. In Croatia, Pfizer employees created a similar scheme for Croatian doctors employed by government health care…

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  • Dallas Lipitor Drug Injury Lawyer

    …If you’ve been diagnosed with type-2 diabetes while taking Lipitor, you may have a valid claim against Pfizer. Call 1-877-405-4313 to discuss your case with our Dallas drug injury attorneys. We’ll explain the legal options available to you for no charge. Lipitor® is the worlds top-selling prescription drug. Like Crestor, Lipitor is a statin…

    Jeff Rasansky/ Rasansky Law Firm- 41 readers -
  • Whistleblower Alert! Investigating cGMP Violations at Emcure

    … with other drug companies such as Roche, Pfizer, Novartis and Sanofi. We know that some of the drugs made by Emcure are used to treat cardiac patients as well as infectious diseases and gynecological problems. A full ban such as that announced by the FDA means that problems in Emcure’s manufacturing facilities are likely severe. The announcement from…

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  • A Government of Laws? Only If You Can Guess What They Mean.

    … by the public), shopping center, hotel, new private residences, and a large Pfizer facility was not questioned. Notably, the Petitioners in Kelo all owned property that was to be developed as part of the private, corporate development, not the promenade or public areas. That, however, didn’t matter. As Justice Stevens pointed out (correctly, under…

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 17 readers -
  • Are New Abuse-Deterrent Opioids Working? Not Yet. . .

    …. According to a recent New York Times article, “Three new painkillers were approved last year by the Food and Drug Administration to be marketed as having abuse-deterrent properties. Embeda, from Pfizer, and Targiniq, from Purdue, when crushed release naloxone to counteract the euphoria experienced through snorting or injection. Purdue’s Hysingla, like…

    Greg Webb/ MichieHamlett- 15 readers -
  • Do Big Pharma CEO Salaries Correlate with Fraud & Whistleblower Awards?

    … corporate citizen, however. In 2012, the company paid $441 million to the government to settle civil charges that included allegations about false advertising claims. Merck wanted to increase sales knowing that Medicare foots the table for much of its sales. That year the company also paid $322 million in criminal fines and had to return $200 million…

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  • Ketorolac (Toradol) Recall by Hospira Creates Shortage in Hospitals

    … with known manufacturing problems. Part of the lawsuits dealt with securities fraud, misleading investors and failing to handle fiduciary responsibilities. The company, recently purchased by Pfizer for $17 billion, must pay $2.6 million in attorneys’ fees and litigation expenses. In a different group of lawsuits the company was ordered to pay $60 million to some shareholders. The post Ketorolac (Toradol) Recall by Hospira Creates Shortage in Hospitals appeared first on MichieHamlett. …

    Greg Webb/ MichieHamlett- 329 readers -
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