Sackler family

Purdue Pharma Is Dissolved and Sacklers Pay $4.5 Billion to Settle Opioid Claims

The ruling in bankruptcy court caps a long legal battle over the fate of a company accused of fueling the opioid epidemic and the family that owns it.

Purdue Pharma Is Dissolved and Sacklers Pay $4.5 Billion to Settle Opioid Claims

The ruling in bankruptcy court caps a long legal battle over the fate of a company accused of fueling the opioid epidemic and the family that owns it.

Sacklers Threaten to Pull Out of Opioid Settlement Without Broad Legal Immunity

In a rare court appearance, David Sackler said he and his family would withdraw their pledge to pay $4.5 billion, unless they are shielded from lawsuits related to Purdue Pharma.

Sacklers Threaten to Pull Out of Purdue Pharma Opioids Settlement

In a rare court appearance, David Sackler said he and his family would withdraw their pledge to pay $4.5 billion, unless they are granted broad legal immunity.

Drug Distribution Companies to Pay N.Y. More Than $1 Billion to Settle Opioid Lawsuit

The payout to New York will take place over the next 17 years, and joins a $26 billion deal to settle the thousands of nationwide lawsuits.

Drug Companies to Pay N.Y. More Than $1 Billion to Settle Opioid Lawsuit

Three drug distributors and Johnson & Johnson are also on the verge of a $26 billion deal to settle the thousands of nationwide lawsuits.

15 States Reach a Deal With Purdue Pharma Over Opioids

The states, including Massachusetts and New York, agreed to drop opposition to the bankruptcy organization plan of the company, the maker of OxyContin.

Major Trial Against Opioid Suppliers Begins in New York

New York’s sweeping lawsuit is the first opioid case in which a jury rather than a judge will decide the outcome.

Major Trial Against Opioid Suppliers Begins in New York

New York’s sweeping lawsuit is the first opioid case in which a jury rather than a judge will decide the outcome.

Major Trial Against Opioid Suppliers Begins in New York

New York’s sweeping lawsuit is the first opioid case in which a jury rather than a judge will decide the outcome.

McKinsey Proposed Paying Pharmacy Companies Rebates for OxyContin Overdoses

Court filings reveal consultants’ talk of a records purge during the opioid crisis, and shed new light on sales advice given to the billionaire Sackler family and their drug company, Purdue Pharma.

Purdue to plead guilty, pay $8.3B deal to resolve opioid charges

In addition to monetary damages and the guilty pleas, the government is seeking to transform the maker of OxyContin into a public benefit company that would fund efforts to curb opioid abuse and give away drugs to prevent overdose deaths.