Two Northeast plaintiffs lawyers are celebrating the Justice Department’s $635 million plea agreement with the Purdue Frederick Co. and three of its executives over its marketing of prescription painkiller OxyContin.
That agreement, reached earlier this month, sets aside $130 million to settle hundreds of civil suits against the company by those who sued saying they became addicted to the drug.
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