Insys Execs Can’t Dodge Prison During Appeal, Seek Delay

The First Circuit said Wednesday that Insys Therapeutics Inc. founder John Kapoor and other former executives can’t dodge prison while they appeal convictions on charges of scheming to bribe doctors to prescribe the company’s fentanyl spray, but they’re asking the trial court to put off their prison surrender date…

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Physician’s Aide Must Face Opioid Charges; Doc Ducks Them

A physician’s assistant charged with pretending to be a doctor and handing out unnecessary opioid prescriptions will have to face some of the previously dismissed charges against him, while his supervising physician is off the hook, a New Jersey state appeals court ruled Monday…

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