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International Reference Pricing for Medicare Drugs: New Lease on Life or Least Likely to Succeed?

On Sunday, September 13, 2020, President Donald Trump issued a long-anticipated Executive Order on international reference drug pricing (the “EO”), signaling that rulemaking on the prices that the Medicare program pays for drugs may be underway again. The EO introduces some new concepts for international reference drug pricing, including, significantly, application to Medicare Part D as well as Part B, and an even lower international reference price. However, like its predecessor pronouncements, the EO provides no specifics for implementation, leaving it unlikely that any changes to the Medicare program contemplated by the EO will go into effect, if ever, before the 2020 election, by the end of the year, or soon thereafter.

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Fourth Circuit Holds False Claims Act Relators to Strict Pleading Standard: Ruling Will Be Particularly Useful in Defending Off-Label Promotion Cases

Practices: Health Care, Life Sciences, False Claims Act, Government Enforcement / White Collar Criminal Defense

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