State of West Virginia v. Rite Aid of West Virginia, Inc.

Order Denying Motion to Dismiss Amended Complaint


On March 15, 2011, the Circuit Court of Boone County, West Virginia entered an Order denying Defendant Rite Aid of West Virginia, Inc.'s Motion to Dismiss the State's Amended Complaint. The State's Amended Complaint alleges violations of West Virginia's Consumer Protection Act and the State's Pharmacy Act, in particular the requirement that pharmacies may not excessively profit from state law that requires the use of generic drugs.

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Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Health Updates

Reference Info:Decision | State, 4th Circuit, West Virginia | United States

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