1. April 09, 2024

    Sanofi Sees End To 4,000 Suits Over Zantac

    The consequences of the demise of Roe rippled through state courts, big employers say they didn't get the generic-drug bargain they signed up for, and pharmaceutical giant Sanofi moved closer to resolving thousands of claims centering on the heartburn drug Zantac. Here, Law360 looks at the major healthcare litigation from the past week.

  2. April 03, 2024

    Philly Injection Site Org. Isn't Religious, Judge Rules

    A Pennsylvania federal judge on Wednesday ruled that an overdose prevention organization planning to open a supervised safe-injection site in Philadelphia is not a religious entity, delivering a win to the U.S. Department of Justice, which opposed the site.

  3. December 04, 2023

    Pa. Court Told Overdose Prevention Org. Has Religious Views

    An attorney for an overdose prevention nonprofit told a Pennsylvania federal judge Monday that the government is seeking a ruling that would force drug users onto the street and violate the Philadelphia nonprofit's right to exercise its religious beliefs.

  4. April 13, 2023

    Pa. Senate Dems Want Philly Drug Injection Site Blocked

    A group of Democratic Pennsylvania state senators is asking a federal court not to allow any settlement that would permit nonprofit Safehouse to open a drug injection site in Philadelphia, saying such a site is clearly in violation of state and federal law, and any exemption to those laws should be considered by the legislature, not the courts.

  5. June 24, 2020

    Choosing Between Pandemics, Judge Halts Drug Injection Site

    A Pennsylvania federal judge who previously approved a supervised drug injection site in Philadelphia halted the facility's opening while the government appeals that decision, saying on Wednesday that the opioid epidemic has been overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic.

  6. February 25, 2020

    DOJ Loses Challenge To Philly Supervised Drug Injection Site

    A proposed supervised drug injection site in Philadelphia won approval to open its doors on Tuesday when a Pennsylvania federal judge swept aside the government's arguments that the controversial facility, intended to reduce opioid overdose deaths, would violate federal drug laws.

  7. August 19, 2019

    Philly Injection Site's Head Defends Facility's Legality

    The head of a proposed supervised injection site in Philadelphia pushed back against federal prosecutors Monday, insisting that the controversial facility, intended to reduce opioid overdose deaths, would not violate federal drug laws.

  8. February 06, 2019

    DOJ Seeks To Stop Philadelphia Supervised Injection Site

    The U.S. Department of Justice said it has made a first-of-its-kind move Wednesday aimed at putting the brakes on a proposed supervised drug injection site in Philadelphia before it is able to open its doors.