Wholesale buyers of MSD’s cholesterol treatment Zetia have asked a Virginia court to recertify their class status and move to trial following a recent fourth circuit ruling that reversed the court’s prior certification.
Pfizer subsidiary Anacor has filed five lawsuits targeting drug manufacturers looking to manufacture generic versions of its eczema treatment Eucrisa.
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Law firm Cozen O’Connor has hired patent counsellor Todd Buck to lead trade secret proceedings at its IP and business law practices in Washington DC.
The US Patent Trial and Appeal Board has confirmed the validity of three remaining Medtronic patents challenged by rival medical device manufacturer Axonics.
Dietary supplements company Elysium Health has convinced a Delaware court to invalidate two vitamin B3 patents belonging to rival ChromaDex and Dartmouth College.
Former Food and Drug Administration Chief Counsel Stacy Cline Amin has been hired as a partner at Morrison & Foerster’s life sciences and healthcare practice in Washington DC.
Veterinary drug maker Dechra’s generic of a drug that treats vomiting in dogs and cats, Cerenia, infringes a patent owned by its competitor Zoetis, a new lawsuit has alleged.
Several US lawmakers have called upon the US Patent and Trademark Office to curb the increase in inter partes review denials to combat the “soaring cost” of prescription drugs.
Supernus Pharmaceuticals has once again accused Indian generic drugmaker Zydus Cadila and its US unit of allegedly infringing 10 patents with its copycat of Trokendi XR (topiramate), a drug for migraines and seizures.