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Pharmaceutical Company Sale Gone Wrong Comes Toward Virtual Trial, Bird in the Hand

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, August 18 –   The owners of Pharmalucence in Billerica, Massachusetts sold it to Sun Inc., along with agreement for Milestone Payments that weren't, they say, paid. They sued.        

         On August 3, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Gregory H. Woods held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

  As the case moved toward trial, COVID has re-emerged.

Judge Woods told the parties that now in the SDNY, masks will be required everywhere in the courthouse, even for the vaccinated, even for witnesses.

Talk turned to online platforms.

On August 18, another conference was called, and Inner City Press again called in. Judge Woods said that at other times in the Fall he has criminal trials. The time schedule for this one is like a bird in the hand. So, it seems, it will go forward as planned, virtually.

The case is Alto et al v. Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, Inc., 19-cv-9758 (Woods)


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