A year into its Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, New England Compounding Center agreed to a $100 million settlement for victims of its tainted steroids. Brown Rudnick's David Molton, who represents the cr
...medicine prepared by the pharmacy that was used for epidural steroid injections. NECC declared bankruptcy the following December. All claims against the pharmacy must be...
...the stage for the most efficient and economical marshaling and distribution of NECC assets and insurance to the victims, by enabling the Boston district and...
National Law Journal
...in the defense of New England Container Company, Inc. ("NE Container" or "NECC"), in connection with a contribution action involving clean-up costs for the...
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