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March 28, 2012

Judge OKs Merck’s suit against Kentucky AG

A federal judge has reversed an earlier decision and will allow Merck’s suit against the Kentucky attorney general to proceed.  The company is accusing the AG’s office of violating their due process rights when it hired private lawyers to pursue a “quasi-criminal enforcement proceeding” on a contingency fee basis, the American Lawyer reports.

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