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A furious employee is suing drugmaker Mallinckrodt over claims about its $38,000-a-dose blockbuster

The legal challenges at Mallinckrodt, the drugmaker Wall Street loves to hate, are piling up. An employee of the company is suing the company and its leadership, alleging they lied about its dependence on its controversial blockbuster drug, Acthar. The employee bought shares as part of the company's stock purchase plan, so he's also suing on behalf of the plan. The complaint is that Mallinckrodt's failure to disclose that up to 60% of Acthar's revenue comes from Medicare and Medicaid put its revenues at greater risk than management led on.
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