The FTC sought an order enforcing its subpoena duces tecum and declaring that the documents it had requested therein are not privileged. While the court declined to order the defendants to produce all the requested documents, it limited its denial to certain specific categories, and it ordered that the rest be redacted and disclosed (FTC v. Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc., D.D.C., No. 1:09-mc-00564-JMF, 9/27/12).
Text of the court's decision is at /uploadedFiles/Content/News/Legal_and_Business/Bloomberg_Law/Legal_Reports/Drug-Makers(1).pdf
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