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A Blow To State Encroachment On Federal Turf

April 16, 2014, Law360

Ethan Posner and Christopher Denig write on the implications of the Arkansas Supreme Court overturning a $1.2 billion judgment against Janssen in the Risperdal litigation brought by the Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel alleging thousands of violations of the Arkansas Medicaid Fraud False Claims Act and Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

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