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Mallinckrodt Agrees to a $260 Million Settlement to Resolve Medicaid Underpayment and Kickback Allegations

A month after a U.S. bankruptcy court signed off on Mallinckrodt’s reorganization plan, the company has agreed to a $260 million settlement to resolve claims by the Department of Justice surrounding its management of its controversial Acthar Gel drug.

The U.S. said that Mallinckrodt underpaid Medicaid rebates and used a foundation to pay illegal copay subsidies, violating an anti-kickback statute by inducing patients to use the treatment.

The settlement resolves separate cases brought by the government following whistleblower complaints in 2019 and 2020, both involving the popular drug used to curb seizures in children.

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