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Biosimilar Litigation: Genentech Avastin Suit Tossed; Janssen Remicade Case Uncertain

Executive Summary

US court dismisses Genentech suit over Amgen's patent dance moves; Janssen v. Celltrion trial is postponed as parties fight over Janssen's standing to sue; and Amgen wants to bar AbbVie citizen petition filers from seeing its Amjevita information.

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