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In a breach of contract action claiming that plaintiff-county was overcharged for certain drugs in violation of pharmaceutical pricing agreements between the Secretary of Health and Human Services and drug manufacturer defendants, dismissal of the complaint is reversed where plaintiff was an intended direct beneficiary of the agreements and thus had the right to enforce the agreements' discount provisions against the manufacturers and sue them for reimbursement of excess payments.
Filed December 9, 2009
Opinion by Judge Fisher
Alicia J. Donahue and Sara Romano, Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP, Washington, DC
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