PBM Case Not Among Those Supreme Court Will Hear By Phone Next Month

By James Romoser / April 14, 2020 at 3:31 PM
The Supreme Court announced Monday (April 13) that a small group of previously postponed cases will be scheduled for telephonic arguments in the first two weeks of May, with all lawyers and justices participating remotely -- but excluded from the list is the high-profile drug-pricing case over states’ authority to regulate pharmacy benefit managers . Instead, that case will be rescheduled for the fall, the court indicated. Among the cases to be heard by phone is the contraceptive mandate litigation,...

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