In ‘Especially Unpleasant and Nasty’ Suit, Carlton Fields Client Must Pay $18.5M Legal Bill from Cooley
Litigation is rarely nice. But sometimes it’s so ugly that you just have to stop and gawk. The antitrust battle between pharmaceutical manufacturing and marketing companies Procaps SA and Patheon Inc. is one of those cases.
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