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Botox Maker Settles Case for $600 Million

Botox Maker Settles Case for $600 Million
New York Times Blog
September 1, 2010

The New York Times was one of the first national publications to report on the $600 million settlement of Nolan Auerbach’s qui tam case against Allergan. “The significance of the case is that Allergan promoted Botox for off-label uses, uses that were not approved by the FDA as being safe and effective,” said Marcella Auerbach, managing partner of Nolan Auerbach.

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