Plaintiffs-appellees Pharmaceutical Society of the State of New York ("the Society"), et al., moved, pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 70, for a temporary restraining order in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (Duffy, J.). The purpose of the motion was to compel defendants-appellants Mario Cuomo, as Governor of New York State, and Cesar A. Perales, as Commissioner of the New York State Department of Social Services, to specifically perform the Stipulation of Settlement and Order ("Settlement Order" or "Order") that had been entered in plaintiffs' 1976 action against the state concerning the method of calculating prescription drug prices for Medicaid reimbursement; to enjoin them from either violating the terms of the Settlement Order or enforcing the amended regulation governing drug price calculation, N.Y.Comp.Codes R. & Regs. tit. 18 § 505.3(h)(2)(v) (1988); and to hold defendants in contempt of court for their alleged violations of the Order.
After a hearing, Judge Duffy issued an order restraining defendants from violating the Settlement Order or enforcing the amended regulation until further order of the court. Defendants appeal from the district court's order. We affirm.
Miner, Roger J., "PHARMACEUTICAL SOC. OF THE STATE OF NY v. Cuomo, 856 F. 2d 497 - Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit 1988" (1988). Circuit Court Opinions. 234.