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Patent Settlements May Break EU Law

UK’s Paroxetine Referral Raises Competition Issues

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Patent-litigation settlements reached almost 20 years ago in the UK over GSK’s Seroxat paroxetine antidepressant may contravene EU competition law, an advocate general has advised the CJEU.

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