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Zimmer Biomet launches TM suit over dental implants

US12-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Zimmer Biomet is suing rival dental implant manufacturer Integrated Dental Systems, claiming that it markets “cheap” replacement parts for Zimmer’s implant systems.

Brazil passes compulsory licence bill for COVID-19 vaccines

Brazil12-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The Brazilian Senate Plenary has approved a bill that will allow President Bolsonaro to waive patent protections for COVID-19 vaccines.

Fed Circuit split over $235m skinny label verdict

US10-08-2021Rory O'Neill

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has reinstated a $235 million verdict against Teva in a split decision which could have major implications for skinny label generics.

7th Circuit won’t overturn spinal implant injunction

US10-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has upheld a preliminary injunction from an Illinois court that blocked medical device maker Aegis Spine from selling its spinal implant.

Shionogi and Duchesnay add new patents to Osphena dispute

US05-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Pharmaceutical companies Shionogi and Duchesnay have filed a second lawsuit against Hetero labs, claiming that the company infringed two additional patents related to Osphena—a treatment for vaginal pain during sex.

Takeda faces ‘pay-for-delay’ class-action suit over anti-constipation drug

US05-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Takeda Pharmaceuticals is the target of a proposed class action that alleges the pharma giant paid to keep a generic anti-constipation drug off the market.

FTC urges Congress to step in over AbbVie antitrust claim

US03-08-2021Muireann Bolger

The US Federal Trade Commission has dropped its remaining claim in a lawsuit against AbbVie and Besins Healthcare, after the US Supreme Court declined to rule that consumers had a right to be compensated by the companies.

US Judiciary Committee advances four bills to curb antitrust pharma practices

US03-08-2021Mergers & acquisitionsAlex Baldwin

The US Senate Judiciary Committee has unanimously voted to pass four bills that aim to crack down on anti-competitive practices in the pharmaceutical industry.

Is big pharma’s antidote to the COVID-19 waiver a viable alternative?

29-07-2021Alex Baldwin

In May, a consortium of pharmaceutical companies came together to pitch a new plan to help provide more equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines.

Bio-Rad and 10X Genomics end patent fight with new licensing deal

US29-07-2021Muireann Bolger

Bio-Rad Laboratories has settled its long-running dispute with 10X Genomics over patents covering genetic analysis tech and both companies have negotiated an agreement to cross-license their products.

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