April 11, 2017 / 9:41 PM / 2 years ago

Akorn hit with $20.5 million verdict over failure to warn

Generic drugmaker Akorn Inc must pay $20.5 million in a lawsuit by a Georgia teacher who accused the company of failing to warn that one of its products would react adversely with another medication she was already taking, a state court jury has ruled.

The verdict, delivered last week by a jury in Warner Robins, Georgia, was announced on Monday by lawyers for Ann Pope, who was administered an Akorn medication called methylene blue when she underwent surgery in 2013.

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