April 10, 2018 / 10:01 PM / in 9 days

Doctor in Warner Chilcott probe seeks to block kickback trial evidence

A Massachusetts doctor indicted as part of an investigation of drugmaker Warner Chilcott has asked a federal judge to block prosecutors from presenting evidence she took kickbacks including meals and speaker fees from the company.

A lawyer for Dr. Rita Luthra in papers filed on Monday in federal court in Springfield, Massachusetts, argued that evidence related to an abandoned charge that she violated the Anti-Kickback Statute could not be used to prove a separate charge that she lied to federal agents probing Warner Chilcott.

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