Title: J&J Worker Files Lawsuit Alleging Overpayment for Drugs

A Johnson & Johnson (J&J) employee has filed a novel lawsuit against the company, claiming that employees were overcharged for certain drugs. This lawsuit brings to light the issue of overpricing in the pharmaceutical industry and raises questions about the company’s practices.

J&J is a multinational corporation that produces a wide range of healthcare products, including prescription drugs. The company has faced numerous lawsuits in the past for various reasons, including allegations of deceptive marketing and unsafe products.

The Lawsuit:
The lawsuit, filed by a J&J worker, alleges that the company overcharged employees for certain prescription drugs. The plaintiff claims that J&J’s employee health plan paid significantly higher prices for these drugs compared to what other health plans and government programs paid  

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