Genentech and Chugai Pharmaceutical will have to face claims that its haemophilia drug Hemlibra (emicizumab-kxwh) infringed a patent owned by Takeda subsidiary Baxalta.
Bristol Myers Squibb has announced a deal to acquire protein engineering company Forbius, including its portfolio of protein inhibitors.
Amgen’s subsidiary Immunex has called on the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit to reject Sandoz’s request for an en banc rehearing of a dispute over biologic Enbrel.
Teva Pharmaceuticals has been charged with conspiring to fix prices, rig bids, and allocate customers for generic drugs, the US Department of Justice has announced.
Intercept Pharmaceuticals is suing Canadian generics manufacturer Apotex over a proposed version of autoimmune drug Ocaliva.
Law firm Spruson & Ferguson has appointed four new principals across the firm as part of its 2020 promotions. The appointments have been made in the firm’s Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Melbourne offices.
Swiss-based Ferring Pharmaceuticals has prevailed in a patent dispute with rivals Serenity Pharmaceuticals and Reprise Biopharmaceuticals over a nighttime urination, or nocturia, treatment.
A district judge has given India-based Dr Reddy’s the greenlight to move forward with its antitrust counterclaims against Indivior.
In an LSPN Connect session, Millipore’s senior corporate patent counsel, Ben Sodey, and head of legal and IP at Arbor, Kelly Morgan, shared their insights on the latest developments in this area of gene editing technology.
The FTC should avoid reviewing communications between Martin Shkreli and his attorneys, but these are not protected under the Privacy Act, a New York federal judge has ruled.