States say Purdue CEO should answer for role in opioid crisis

By Rick Archer (May 13, 2022, 7:33 p.m. EDT) – A group of state attorneys general have once again objected to proposed bonus payments for the CEO of Purdue Pharma LP, telling a bankruptcy judge in New York that it was part of the corporate culture that led to the national opioid crisis.

In a motion filed Wednesday, the 24-state and Washington, D.C. group said the court should reject Purdue’s request to pay CEO Craig Landau $3 million in performance-based bonuses, saying he didn’t had not taken action to stop Purdue’s opioid-related wrongdoing during the two decades he spent as one of the company’s executives.

“The need to remedy the failures of Dr. Landau…

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