Pharmaceutical Conflicts of Interest On Sunday's American Law Journal

The Legal Intelligencer

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GlaxoSmithKline's historic $3 billion settlement for off-label marketing revealed more than fraud. Its $275,000 payment to TV celebrity Dr. Drew Pinsky to promote Wellbutrin highlighted the questionable relationship between doctors and drug companies.

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  • Robert F. Holmes

    The Bar would do well to examine the appearance of conflicts of interest among judges, lawyers and politicians.

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