Indivior Must Disband Suboxone Sales Force, Implement Executive Pay Recoupment Program
$600m settlement with DOJ over Suboxone marketing includes corporate integrity agreement and exclusion of subsidiary from government health programs. Indivior also agrees to pay $10m to FTC and be enjoined from future antitrust violations.
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