Pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly’s subsidiary Dermira has accused generic drugmaker Perrigo of infringing eight patents for Qbrexza, a prescription-only cloth towelette approved to treat hyperhidrosis, a condition that causes excessive underarm sweating.
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has strengthened its life sciences expertise with the addition of a patent litigation team, that includes four litigators from DLA Piper.
Twenty US states, the US Federal Trade Commission, and consumer groups have asked the Seventh Circuit of the US Court of Appeals to reconsider a case claiming that AbbVie strived to prevent competition to its immunosuppressant drug, Humira.
The Federal Court of Australia has backed Novartis’ appeal against a decision revoking its patent covering a multiple sclerosis drug.
In a victory for GlaxoSmithKline, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has revived a 2017 jury verdict ordering Teva to pay $235 million over the drug Coreg.
A US House of Representatives committee has accused Teva and Celgene of imposing unjustified price hikes on blockbuster drugs Copaxone and Revlimid.
Massachusetts-based Collegium Pharmaceutical has reached a settlement agreement with Teva, resolving its patent litigation over pain medication.
A Johnson & Johnson company, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, is seeking a court order blocking Mylan from making copies of its schizophrenia treatment, Invega Trinza, until its patent expires in 2036.
Canada-based Bausch Health has dropped its litigation against Indian generic maker Sun Pharma as part of a settlement agreement.
Bristol Myers Squibb and Celgene have settled their patent litigation with Dr Reddy’s over a generic version of cancer drug Revlimid.