Teva Agrees to Settle Opioid Lawsuits for as Much as $4.25 Billion



Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. said it reached a national settlement agreement worth up to $4.25 billion to resolve thousands of lawsuits over its alleged role in the opioid crisis.

The proposed settlement is the latest move by a company seeking to resolve the costly litigation.

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