Court Grants Preliminary Injunction To Prevent Destruction of Compounding Materials in Fungal-Contaminated Drug Case



DOCUMENTS
  • First Amended Class Action Complaint
  • Preliminary Injunction & Consent Order


WILSON, N.C. - According to a Nov. 7 order in the case of a mold-contaminated drug, the court granted the plaintiffs' motion for preliminary injunction to prevent the defendant, a North Carolina pharmacy, from cleaning or tampering with its laboratory and pharmacy areas until after the areas could be inspected. Evelyn Arroyo, et al. v. Urgent Care Pharmacy, Inc., et al., No. 02 CVS 1892 (N.C. Super. Ct., Wilson Cty.).

The court also restrained the pharmacy from destroying or removing any of the compounding agents or ingredients that went into making the drug until they could be turned over to …






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