Judge Tosses $4.5 Bln Deal Shielding Purdue’s Sackler Family From Opioid Claims

NEW YORK — A federal judge has thrown out a $4.5 billion settlement that would have shielded the Sackler family, which owned OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, from future lawsuits over opioids, upending the company’s plan to reorganize in bankruptcy court. Read More