Regents dismissed from pharmacy lawsuit

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ATHENS, Ga. - A federal court judge has ruled in favor of the Georgia Board of Regents and top university administrators in a lawsuit brought against them by a national pharmacy group.

U.S. Middle District Court Judge Clay Land ruled that the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy can sue two University of Georgia professors, but not the University System of Georgia Board of Regents and top University of Georgia administrators.

The lawsuit claims that former professor Flynn Warren Jr. and associate professor Henry Cobb III collected and disseminated questions and answers from the national licensing exam. The exam was suspended from August to October 2007 while it was rewritten.

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