As discussed here and here, the Vermont Office of the Attorney General (“VT AG”) previously published several enforcement actions taken against manufacturers of pharmaceutical, biological and medical devices for failing to comply with the state’s Prescribed Products Gift Ban and Disclosure Law, 18 V.S.A. §§ 4631a, 4632.  Last week, the VT AG posted another enforcement action against LifeNet Health.  According to the Assurance of Discontinuance, LifeNet Health reported to the VT AG in January 2014 that it may have provided allowable expenditures and/or permitted gifts to Vermont health care professionals in fiscal year 2010, fiscal and calendar year 2011 and calendar year 2012, and failed to submit required reports with the VT AG for those years.  LifeNet Health agreed to pay the state $7,750 and otherwise comply with the Prescribed Products Law.

Posted by Sarah K. diFrancesca

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  1. […] against a dental products manufacturer.  You can read about the first 2015 enforcement action here.  According to the Assurance of Discontinuance, Heraeus Kulzer, LLC provided allowable […]

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  2. […] products company.  You can read Cooley’s posts about the first two 2015 enforcement actions here and […]

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