Star Discount Pharmacy v. MedImpact

Court Order on Motion to Dismiss


We represent several independent pharmacies in Alabama who have been damaged by the defendants' efforts to close and/or limit access to the pharmacy network available for school teachers in our state. In addition to general tort claims, we alleged that the defendants had engaged in prohibited conduct under Alabama's antitrust laws and in violation of Federal RICO laws. The Court's Order denies the defendants' motion to dismiss these claims. It provides a great analysis of the issues and law.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 11th Circuit, Alabama | United States

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