Stories Related to Abbott To Pay $1.6 Billion Over Illegal Marketing

Abbott Laboratories said it reached an agreement with the federal government and most states to pay $1.6 billion in connection with its marketing of the anti-seizure drug Depakote.

Senh: Dang, the four whistle-blowers will get nearly $100M from that settlement. If you work for a huge corporation dabbling in illegal activities, blow the whistle on them - you can be a multi-millionaire if you're successful.

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