Pharmacy chains fueled opioid crisis

Marc McCulloch

A federal jury in Ohio found pharmacy chains CVS, Walgreens, and Walmart liable for fueling the opioid crisis.

After many years of regulators and government agencies being asleep at the switch, a jury of your peers found the three-drug chains liable for indiscriminately dispensing opioids to the public. Unlike the California State Board of Pharmacy who very often looks the other way when the target is one of the large national drug chain operators, the federal jury in Ohio saw it and called it the way it is.

At the Marcarian Law Firm, P.C., we represent “mom and pop” pharmacy operators who are falsely charged by the California State Board of Pharmacy for dispensing controlled substance prescriptions while the Board of Pharmacy largely ignores the large drug chain stores such as CVS, Walgreens and Walmart.

Call our Los Angeles pharmacy law attorneys at 818-995-8787 for a confidential consultation if you are facing an accusation against your license brought by the California State Board of Pharmacy.

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