Amgen Settles With J&J For $200 Million | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 86 Issue 29 | p. 24 | Concentrates
Issue Date: July 21, 2008

Amgen Settles With J&J For $200 Million

Department: Business
News Channels: Environmental SCENE

Amgen has agreed to pay Johnson & Johnson $200 million to settle a 2005 lawsuit alleging the biopharmaceutical company's sales-bundling of its Neupogen and Neulasta infection-fighting therapies with Aranesp, its antianemia drug, created a discount that violated antitrust laws. J&J's Ortho Biotech Products division markets Procrit, a competing antianemia drug. Amgen admitted no wrongdoing as part of the agreement.

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