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Indianapolis Star reports a Marion Superior Court jury has awarded a plaintiff “$1.44 million after finding Walgreens and a pharmacist violated her privacy when the pharmacist looked up and shared the woman’s prescription history.” The lawsuit alleged, “As a provider of pharmaceutical service, defendant Walgreens Co. owes a non-delegable duty to its customers to protect their privacy and confidentiality of its customers’ pharmaceutical information and prescription histories.” In a statement, Walgreens has said it will appeal, stating it is “a misapplication of the law to hold an employer liable for the actions of one employee who knowingly violates company policy.”
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