Brazil’s highest court has suspended extensions of drug patents due to the public health emergency caused by COVID-19.
The UK government’s £20 million fund aimed at growing life sciences manufacturing is now open for applications, it confirmed today, April 7.
Honeywell has been targeted in a recent complaint from competitor Moldex-Metric over a newly-launched “antimicrobial” earplug dispenser, which Moldex claims is falsely advertised.
Pharmaceutical companies defending an antitrust lawsuit have fought back against attempts to get them to disclose confidential information garnered through discovery during the litigation to the US Federal Trade Commission.
Mylan Pharmaceuticals has succeeded in getting the Patent Trial and Appeal board (PTAB) to invalidate an injector patent held by French pharmaceutical company Sanofi
The US government doesn't co-own patents covering Gilead Science’s drug remdesivir, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office.
In a win for medical device maker Arthrex, a federal judge in Delaware has ruled that its wrist-plating system does not infringe a patent owned by competitor TriMed Technologies.
Lundbeck has lost an appeal to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) to waive €150 million ($176 million) in fines levied against itself and a group of five generics manufacturers over ‘pay-for-delay’ deals for its antidepressant generics.
The World Health Organization has warned the public of the danger of counterfeit COVID-19 vaccines and urged people not to procure jabs outside of government channels.
The Federal Circuit has affirmed a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision denying Stanford University a patent application for calculating parent genes.