Plaintiffs seek to attach assets of compounding company linked to meningitis

, The National Law Journal


In a two-hour hearing, lawyers battled over whether a federal judge should order the attachment of up to $461 million in assets belonging to New England Compounding Pharmacy Inc.—which is primarily linked to a fungal meningitis outbreak that caused 34 deaths—and other related companies and individuals. 

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