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Verdict confirms legality of 2014 patent settlement, dismissing allegations of anti competitive practices.
The lawsuit, brought by consumers and direct purchasers, including the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, accused Gilead of maintaining a monopoly in the HIV drug market by unlawfully extending patent protection to delay generic competition.
The plaintiffs sought $3.6 billion in damages.
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