Mass. pharmacy owners got $16M in final months

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On Tuesday, the creditors represented by Brown Rudnick backed the request in a court filing, saying it’s “beyond all reasonable expectations of the human condition” for people whose family members have died due to an NECC-made drug to trust its hand-picked choice to set up the compensation fund.

The company has said appointing an independent trustee would delay progress toward establishing the fund.

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