Other Statutes Cases filed in the Second Circuit Courts
Cases 11 - 20 of 39
Wilder v. Allergan Inc. et al
as 1:2020cv06769
Defendant: Forest Laboratories Ireland, LTD, Forest Laboratories Holdings, Ltd., AbbVie Inc. and others
Plaintiff: John Wilder, Teamsters Local 237 Retirees' Benefit Fund, Teamsters Local 237 Welfare Fund
Interested Party: City of Providence, Rhode Island
Applicant: Mayor and City Council of Baltimore
Cause Of Action: Antitrust Litigation (Monopolizing Trade)
Teamsters Western Region & Local 177 Health Care Plan v. AbbVie Inc. et al
as 1:2020cv06647
Defendant: Allergan Sales, LLC, Forest Laboratories Holdings, Ltd., AbbVie Inc. and others
Plaintiff: Teamsters Western Region & Local 177 Health Care Plan, Teamsters Local 237 Welfare Fund, Teamsters Local 237 Retirees' Benefit Fund
Applicant: Mayor and City Council of Baltimore
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Teamsters Local No. 1150 Prescription Drug Benefit Plan v. Abbvie, Inc. et al
as 1:2020cv06223
Defendant: Allergan Sales, LLC, Forest Laboratories Holdings, Ltd., Allergan, Inc. and others
Plaintiff: Teamsters Local No. 1150 Prescription Drug Benefit Plan, Teamsters Local 237 Welfare Fund, Teamsters Local 237 Retirees' Benefit Fund
Applicant: Mayor and City Council of Baltimore
Cause Of Action: Antitrust Litigation
Law Enforcement Health Benefits, Inc. v. AbbVie Inc. et al
as 1:2020cv05901
Defendant: Allergan Sales, LLC, Forest Laboratories Holdings, Ltd., AbbVie Inc. and others
Plaintiff: Law Enforcement Health Benefits, Inc., Teamsters Local 237 Retirees' Benefit Fund, Teamsters Local 237 Welfare Fund
Applicant: Mayor and City Council of Baltimore
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Anti-trust
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, Maryland v. Abbvie, Inc. et al
as 1:2020cv05826
Defendant: Allergan Sales, LLC, Forest Laboratories Holdings, Ltd., Allergan, Inc. and others
Plaintiff: Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, Maryland, Teamsters Local 237 Welfare Fund, Teamsters Local 237 Retirees' Benefit Fund and others
Cause Of Action: Antitrust Litigation (Monopolizing Trade)
UFCW Local 1500 Welfare Fund v. Abbvie, Inc. et al
as 1:2020cv05837
Defendant: Allergan Sales, LLC, Forest Laboratories Holdings, Ltd., Allergan, Inc. and others
Plaintiff: UFCW Local 1500 Welfare Fund, Teamsters Local 237 Welfare Fund, Teamsters Local 237 Retirees' Benefit Fund
Applicant: Mayor and City Council of Baltimore
Cause Of Action: Antitrust Litigation (Monopolizing Trade)
Teamsters Local 237 Welfare Fund et al v. Abbvie, Inc. et al
as 1:2020cv05813
Defendant: Allergan, Inc., Forest Laboratories Holdings, Ltd., Forest Laboratories, Inc. and others
Plaintiff: Teamsters Local 237 Retirees' Benefit Fund, Teamsters Local 237 Welfare Fund
Applicant: Mayor and City Council of Baltimore
Cause Of Action: Antitrust Litigation (Monopolizing Trade)
J M Smith Corporation v. Forest Laboratories Inc. et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2020cv05735
Defendant: Forest Laboratories Ireland, LTD, Forest Laboratories, LLC, Allergan, Inc. and others
Plaintiff: J M Smith Corporation doing business as Smith Drug Company, J M Smith Corporation on behalf of itself and all others similarly situated doing business as Smith Drug Company
Cause Of Action: Antitrust Litigation (Monopolizing Trade)
City of Providence, Rhode Island v. AbbVie Inc. et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2020cv05538
Defendant: Allergan Inc., Forest Laboratories Holdings Ltd., Allergan USA, Inc. and others
Plaintiff: City of Providence, Rhode Island, Teamsters Local 237 Retirees' Benefit Fund, John Wilder and others
Petitioner: Teamsters Western Region & Local 177 Health Plan
Cause Of Action: Antitrust Litigation (Monopolizing Trade)
Johnson v. Pfizer
as 20-617
Defendant / Appellee: Forest Laboratories, Inc., Panadol, Nurofen and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: Robert W. Johnson

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