If lawyers have their way, however, or public opinion pricks a few consciences, it may soon. Few institutions benefiting from Sackler largesse contacted by the Guardian and other publications for recent reports have commented. Two branches of the family control Purdue Pharma, which makes OxyContin but, unlike their company, none of the Sacklers are personally being sued over it. This slow-release opioid was vigorously promoted to doctors and, amid lax regulation and slick sales tactics, people were assured it was safe. What resulted was a commercial triumph and a public health tragedy. Photograph: Alamy Tue 13 Feb Mortimer Sackler, the middle brother, died in in Gstaad, at Proceedings are now under way before a federal judge in Ohio, where more than city and county federal cases against Purdue and others are bundled together. He declined to name the law firms or discuss which family members might be targeted in any expansion of the pharmaceutical cases.
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