Maine Federal Judge Orders State To Pay Attorney Fees In Drug Privacy Case

Maine Federal Judge Orders State To Pay Attorney Fees In Drug Privacy Case

PORTLAND, Maine - A Maine federal judge on Sept. 28 ordered the State of Maine to pay attorney fees to plaintiffs who won a challenge to stop the state from implementing the state's prescription privacy law (IMS Health Corp., et al. v. G. Steven Rowe, attorney general of the state of Maine,  No. 07-127, D. Maine; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 140180).

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