Lauren Stevens, a former lawyer at GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE: GSK), wants the federal government to disclose if there are any unindicted co-conspirators in her case.

A Durham resident, Stevens has been charged by federal prosecutors with obstructing an investigation into GSK marketed the drug Wellbutrin for unapproved use.

In Federal court in Maryland on Friday, Bloomberg news reported that Stevens asked the judge in the case to name anyone who might be called as witnesses in the case but have not been tried.

The focus is on the Atlanta law firm of King & Spalding. Stevens’ lawyer said the firm “stood shoulder to shoulder” with GSK in the 2002 FDA probe.

The judge did not make a ruling.

GSK and the law firm declined comment, Bloomberg reported.

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