National Law Journal
Cases have targeted four drugs so far, but plaintiffs lawyers anticipate that others could end up as part of litigation that could grow to as many as 2,500 cases. On July 25, lawyers on both sides as
...lobbies on health care on behalf of Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Children's National Medical Center, Cubist Pharmaceuticals Inc., Genzyme, Novartis, Novo Nordisk Inc. and Wal...
...San Antonio Fire & Police Pension Fund v. Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc., No. 4446-VCL (New Castle Co., Del., Ch.), which...
...Washington, D.C. Consumer Health Information Corp. v. Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc., et al. (No. 08-CV-02252, Dec. 31...
Patent lawyers are none too happy with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's new rules for appeals. Critics charge that the new rules impose vague sanctions standards that give the office's appeals
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