Entries tagged with “Alvogen, Inc.

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Oct 01, 2018

Finding Bad Faith,” Judge Grants Injunction Preventing Nevada From Using Drug in Execution

Finding that the Nevada Department of Corrections act­ed in bad faith” to obtain the drug mida­zo­lam through sub­terfuge,” a Las Vegas tri­al court has issued a pre­lim­i­nary injunc­tion bar­ring the state from using its sup­ply of that drug in car­ry­ing out any exe­cu­tion. The 43-page rul­ing issued by Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez (pic­tured) on September 28, 2018 effec­tive­ly freezes efforts by Nevada pros­e­cu­tors to exe­cute Scott Dozier, who has waived his appeals and asked to be put to death.

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Jul 12, 2018

Nevada Execution Halted On Claims State Obtained Execution Drug Through Subterfuge”

In response to a law­suit filed by phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal man­u­fac­tur­er Alvogen, Inc., a Clark County, Nevada District Judge has stayed the July 11, 2018, exe­cu­tion of Scott Dozier and issued a tem­po­rary restrain­ing order bar­ring Nevada from using drugs pro­duced by Alvogen to exe­cute Dozier.

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Apr 07, 2020

News Brief — Drugmakers Drop Lawsuit as Nevada Returns Unused Execution Drugs

NEWS (4/​7/​20) — Nevada: A tri­al-court judge in Las Vegas has dis­missed a law­suit filed by drug­mak­ers against the Nevada prison sys­tem after state offi­cials agreed to return unused drugs it had obtained under false pre­tens­es in a failed attempt to exe­cute Scott Dozier in 2018. Pharmaceutical com­pa­nies Alvogen, Inc., Hikma Pharmaceuticals USA, and Sandoz Inc. reached a set­tle­ment with the state in which Nevada agreed to give back the drugs, which have expired, in exchange for a refund of their pur­chase price.