Independent Pharmacy Sued Over Fentanyl Overdose Death February 21, 2017 By Christine Blank A pharmacy in Pennsylvania allowed a man to pick up his mother's prescription for fentanyl after being told not to allow it, with tragic results. Is Express Scripts ‘slamming’ pharmacy customers? August 08, 2016 By Mark Lowery Editor Five pharmacies from four states have filed a class-action lawsuit against pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts. Naloxone: Liability, regulatory concerns for pharmacists The rules vary from state to state. Pharmacists need to stay informed. The dilemma of Molly’s mom: Pharmacists, technicians respond In some professions, eternal vigilance comes with the territory. Court: Wrongful death case against pharmacy can proceed A Florida appeals court recently ruled that the estate of an Ohio man who died from a fatal dose of pain medication could sue the compounding pharmacy that filled the prescription. Does videotape support CVS or fired pharmacist? That’s the question a Richmond, Va. jury will decide in a case involving a pharmacist who accuses the retail giant of defamation, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. The stroke that shouldn't have been Molly’s mom had a stroke, followed by hospitalization and weeks of rehabilitation. None of it had to happen.