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Sales Goals, Specialists Detailed May Be Eyed for Off-Label Promotion

Sales Goals, Specialists Detailed May Be Eyed for Off-Label Promotion
Pharmaceutical Corporate Compliance Report
January 20, 2004

Before the government recovered billions of dollars for illegal off-label promotions of drugs, Nolan Auerbach partner Kenneth Nolan was foretelling the coming wave of off-label cases. “[I]t is nice [from the whistle-blower’s point of view] if the drug or drugs at issue are being marketed for unlabeled uses and we can establish that those uses are of questionable efficacy,” Nolan told Pharmaceutical Corporate Compliance Report in a 2004 interview. Since this interview, Nolan Auerbach has assisted the government in recovering over $1 billion in qui tam cases alleging off-label promotions.

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