Category: State Marketing & Disclosure Laws

Nevada Issues over $17 Million in Fines Against Drug Manufacturers for Failing to Comply with Drug Pricing Transparency Law

Earlier this month, the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) imposed $17.4 million in fines on 21 drug manufacturers for failing to comply with the state’s drug pricing transparency law related to essential diabetes drugs (EDD). This is the first public enforcement action by DHHS in connection with […]

Nevada DHHS Releases 2019 Drug Transparency Report

The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) released today its 2019 Drug Transparency Report in connection with the state law requiring transparency related to essential diabetes drugs (EDD). Notably, the Report states that 695 drug national drug codes (NDCs) were included on the February 2019 EDD list published […]

Court Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging CA S.B. 17 But Gives Leave to Amend

This week a California judge dismissed a lawsuit filed in December 2017 by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) challenging CA S.B. 17. PhRMA had sought a declaration that Section 4 of S.B. 17 was unconstitutional and a permanent injunction preventing the state’s Governor and Director of the Office […]

Revisions to New Jersey Prescriber Gift Ban Law Proposed – Comments Due October 5th

Revisions to the Limitations on and Obligations Associated with Prescriber Acceptance of Compensation from Pharmaceutical Manufacturers law, N.J.A.C. 13:45J-1.1 et seq. (NJ Gift Ban Law), have been proposed by the New Jersey Attorney General. The NJ Gift Ban Law, originally adopted effective January 16, 2018 and previously discussed on this blog, drew […]

Connecticut and Vermont Latest States to Pass Drug Pricing Transparency Bills

Following on the heels of several other states, including California, Nevada and Oregon, that have enacted drug pricing transparency bills, Connecticut and Vermont are the latest states to join the fray. In Connecticut, Public Act No. 18-41 requires pharmacy benefits managers (PBM), health carriers, and drug manufacturers to report certain information […]

Drug Price Transparency Bill Enacted in Oregon

The Governor of Oregon signed into law this week House Bill 4005, the Prescription Drug Price Transparency Act (Act). The Act requires manufacturers to report by March 31st each year information regarding each prescription drug for which: (i) the price was $100 or more for a one-month supply or for a course of treatment […]

Nevada Issues Regulations and Guidance Related to Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Transparency Reporting Requirements

The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (Department) recently released draft regulations implementing SB 539, which was signed into law in June 2017. The regulations require drug manufacturers and pharmacy benefits managers to submit a report in the format listed on the Department website by April 1st for the […]